These resources on accessibility may be helpful when considering adopting or adapting OER for your courses.
In addition to keeping the 5Rs (Retain. Reuse. Revise. Remix. Redistribute) in mind when adopting, adapting or building OER resources and courses, using rubrics or other evaluative tools to measure effectiveness, accessibility and alignment to student learning outcomes are key. Linked below are several examples of rubrics. Some of the example rubrics are designed to evaluate overall OER courses and not individual OER course materials.
Consider the following factors when selecting Open Education Resources to adapt or adopt:
This guide page is adapted from: "Open Educational Resources" by Carrie Gits with Austin Community College Library Services and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.