Click to access Open Educational Resources being used in LCC classes.
LCC calls these resources Alternative Educational Resources (AER), and they include all course resources that cost students less than $50 to use. Some AER courses may include resources that are not openly licensed but still reduce costs for students, such as used or inexpensive books, library resources, and other alternatives to costly commercial textbooks.
Items need to have an open license, or we need permission to print. For example, Cc-by or some other open license.
Faculty are expected to identify which chapters of a text they want printed.
Any given item must be no more than 750 pages, but we suggest less than 600. If the item is too large, faculty need to divide the file into two volumes. You can do this using Adobe Pro, available in the eLearning office.
Any given item must have a cover page which identifies the course, text title, and includes an OER license or copyright statement.
If an item is to be shared to the web, it should either: