A Guide to OER Creation with Mavs Open Press provides an overview of the OER creation and modification processes, presents effective practices and policies for reusing and attributing open content, and discusses tools and resources available to support OER use at UTA. It was created using Pressbooks, an open source web-based publishing tool adopted by UTA Libraries for hosting and disseminating OER published by Mavs Open Press.
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