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You'll notice this list isn't alphabetical. I've tried to list these databases in order of their usefulness. 

Additional Databases & Resources

If One Stop Search doesn't produce what you need, try one of the specialized resources below. Ask me if you'd like some suggestions on which ones to use. 

Online Resources

Why a separate list? This list shows free resources that we haven't licensed for use, but still should be useful or interesting. 

Open Educational Resources

Open educational resources (OERs) are teaching resources available in a variety of formats that have an open copyright license. This allows anyone to use, adapt and share them as needed.

Open educational resources and open pedagogy have many benefits for both faculty and students. 

  • Allowing faculty to adapt teaching materials to match the content of their courses. 
  • Providing students the opportunity to create, collaborate, and share their learning. 
  • Lowering the cost of education making it more accessible and affordable for all.

See our UML Open Educational Resources Guide to find out how UM Libraries can support you in your use of these materials.

Librarians at the University of Manitoba have compiled this list of relevant OER materials which may be of use in teaching English. These materials are linked here.

Reference Resources

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