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Open Education Resources: Adapting OERs

Adapting Open Education Resources

You may find an OER that requires modification for your context. Or you may find multiple OERs that you would like to combine parts of, which is referred to as “remixing.” In these cases, you can adapt the OER to meet your needs. The Campus Manitoba catalogue offers resources to help you get started on adaption and self publishing. Here are some examples. 
 

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See these additional tools to help you import, edit, format, and publish OERs.

OpenAuthor 
Import, edit, format, and publish your adapted OER in multiple formats (free) 

MERLOT Content Builder 
Create OER as websites (free) 

Pressbooks 
Import, edit, format, and publish your adapted OER in multiple formats