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What are Open Educational Resources (OER)?
Open Educational Resources in Texas History
Texas Immigrant by Gordon K. Grant, 1939. Brady, Texas Post Office Mural. Photographer: Larry D. Moore, 12 August 2014, CC BY-SA 3.0.
Below are examples of OER Texas History textbooks and course materials available. Additional OER may be found by searching the resources listed on the ACC Libraries primary Open Educational Resources Guide.
Texas History and Culture
Units 1 -3 cover Texas history from "Introduction: Six Flags over Texas" through "Federalism."
This full course was developed by ACC faculty for the OER degree initiative grant.
The Online Books Page
Books can be browsed by Library of Congress Call Number, though it is also possible to search.
Texas history call numbers range from F386 .K55 to F395 .P7 D9.
The Portal to Texas History
Copyright Statement: "The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections often makes it difficult to determine the copyright status of an item. Please contact the collection-holding partner for additional available information regarding copyright status of a particular digital image, text, or sound or video recording."
Open Access Materials and eBooks - Sources