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Open Educational Resources (OERs)

Educational materials made freely and legally available on the Internet for anyone to retain, reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute.

UNO Libraries in partnership with Digital Learning are pleased to share the recipients of their Affordable Content Grants: OER@UNO. These grants support faculty across campus in their transition from traditional course materials to low or no cost materials.

Spring 2019 Cohort

  • Lissette Aliaga-Linares (Sociology/Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences) for Sociology 3510: Research Methods
  • Melanie Bloom and Tara Toscano (Foreign Languages, College of Arts and Sciences) for Spanish 3030: Spanish Conversation and Pronunciation
  • Margarette Christensen (English, College of Arts and Sciences) for English 2420: Critical Approaches to Language Studies
  • Jennifer Harbour (Black Studies, College of Arts and Sciences) for Black Studies 2410/2420/2430: African American History I-III
  • Stephanie Jesseau (Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences) for Psychology 1010: Introduction to Psychology I
  • Steven Schulz (Management, College of Business Administration) for Supply Chain Management 4350/Business Administration 8356: Global Sourcing and Innovation
  • Zac Suriano (Geography/Geology, College of Arts and Sciences) for Geography 1050: Human-Environment Geography

Summer 2019 Cohort

  • Mahboub Baccouch (Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences) for Math 2350: Differential Equations
  • Ashlee Dere (Geography/Geology, College of Arts and Sciences) for Geology 4330/8336: Soil Genesis, Morphology & Class
  • Liam Heerten-Rodriguez (Grace Abbott School of Social Work, College of Public Affairs and Community Service) for Social Work 8270: Social Work Practice with Sexual Concerns
  • Jeff Knapp (Grace Abbott School of Social Work, College of Public Affairs and Community Service) for Social Work 8090: Social Welfare Policy
  • Jeremy Lipschultz (School of Communication, College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media) for Journalism and Media Communication 4040/8046: Social Media Measurement and Management
  • Andrea Wiggins (Information Systems & Quantitative Analysis, College of Information Science and Technology) for Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis 3420: Managing in a Digital World

Fall 2019 Cohort

  • John Conrad (Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences) for Chemistry 1180: General Chemistry I and Chemistry 1190: General Chemistry II
  • Joshua Darr (Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences) for Chemistry 1180: General Chemistry I and Chemistry 1190: General Chemistry II
  • Thom Davis (Information Systems & Quantitative Analysis, College of Information Science & Technology) for CIST 3000: Advanced Composition for IS&T
  • Kelsey Medeiros (Management, College of Business Administration) for Management 4040: Organizational Behavior
  • Jinlan Ni (Economics, College of Business Administration) for Economics 2200: Microeconomics
  • Gabrielle Tegeder (Geography/Geology, College of Arts and Sciences) for Geology 1010: Environmental Geology
  • Jeremy White (Biology, College of Arts and Sciences) for Biology 1330: Environmental Biology

Spring 2020 Cohort

  • Willie Austin (Teacher Education, College of Education) for TED 2200: Human Relations
  • Derek Babb (School of Interdisciplinary Informatics, College of Information Science & Technology) for CYBR 1100: Intro to Information Security
  • Kristen Johnson and Katie Shirazi (Biology, College of Arts and Science) for BIOL 2440: Microbiology
  • Chris Moore (Physics, College of Arts and Sciences) for PHYS 2110: General Physics I with Calculus
  • Johnathon Strube (School of the Arts, College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media) for ART 3130: Graphic Design I
  • Craig Tuttle (Business Administration, College of Business Administration) for ENTR 3710: Entrepreneurial Foundations
  • Qiuming Zhu (Computer Science, College of Information Science and Technology) for CSCI 2410: Introduction to Data Analytics using Python
  • Marketing 3200: Business Communications Team (Marketing & Entrepreneurship, College of Business Administration)
    • Gregory Morin, project co-lead
    • Angelika Stout, project co-lead
    • Avinash Atholi
    • Steve Chain
    • Samantha McGill
    • Huston Pullen
    • Craig Tuttle