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This resource includes a review framework as well as a set of prose guidelines for development. "OpenStax’s mission is to provide equity and access to education for everyone including proper representation of genders, gender identities, races, cultures, geographies, ethnic backgrounds,
disabilities, nationalities, ages, sexual orientations, socio-economic status, and diverse viewpoints in books."
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Editor Elizabeth Mays
A handbook for faculty interested in practicing open pedagogy by involving students in the making of open textbooks, ancillary materials, or other OER.
Achieve.org has developed eight OER rubrics as well as an evaluation tool to help users determine the degree of alignment of OER to the Common Core standards, and aspects of quality of OER. More OER Rubrics training materials can be found through the achieve.org website.
This two page rubric is a synthesis version of the eight separate rubrics for the evaluation of OER created by Achieve.org. It is meant as a ready reference for quick evaluation.
(Credit: Created and shared by Rodney Birch of George Fox University: http://libguides.georgefox.edu/c.php?g=591097&p=4087471 )
Questions to ask about the OER you are thinking of using. This rubric was developed by Sarah Morehouse with help from Mark McBride, Kathleen Stone, and Beth Burns. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.