OER as a system relies on attribution and mindful licensing to thrive. Not all resources on this page are fully free or OER, but do fit within a larger textbook affordability strategy. Creative commons licensing defines boundaries and permissions for Reusing, Revising, Retaining, Redistributing, & Remixing OER content.
For more information about Creative Commons and quick reference to license definitions see the Creative Commons page.
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|EDTR 115||Children's Literature||Textbook|
|EDTR 261||Evaluation of the Exceptional Child||Online Resources (see instructor)|
|EDTR 262||Educational Planning for the Exceptional Child||Online Resources (see instructor)|
|EDTR 265||Pre-Vocational and Vocational Methods||Online Resources (see instructor)|
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