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Amanda Cain, adjunct (language, literature, philosophy, environmental studies, law, organizational leadership, economics & business)

Dianne Carey (information science, art, education, geography, history, sports/recreation, fashion, generalities)

Mary Ann Confar, adjunct (computer science, music, performing arts, technology)

Amy Herman (anthropology, social problems, ESOL, physical therapy, political science, sociology culinary arts, customs & folklore, home & family managment)

Meredith Tummeti, adjunct (Poulsbo and Shelton collections)

Heather Newcomer (Communication & Journalism, Digital Filmmaking, Education/Teaching & Learning, Math/Science, Medicine/Health, Psychology, Religion)

 

Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning, and research materials that are either (a) in the public domain or (b) licensed in a manner that provides everyone with free and perpetual permission to engage in the following "5R" activities.

  • Retain – make, own, and control a copy of the resource
  • Reuse – use your original, revised, or remixed copy of the resource publicly
  • Revise – edit, adapt, and modify your copy of the resource
  • Remix – combine your original or revised copy of the resource with other existing material to create something new
  • Redistribute – share copies of your original, revised, or remixed copy of the resource with others

For information on OER licenses as well as how OER benefits students, please see the Why OER page. 

Adapted from "Open Education" by Creative Commons

OER & Low-Cost Labeling Tool

Open Attribution Builder Tool

Creative Commons License Chooser Tool (Beta)