Zero Cost Assessment

Explore Existing Open Ancillaries


The infrastructure and funding for open textbook creation has been years in the making, as is evidenced by the numerous open repositories and referatories that ‘reference’ them (e.g., Open Textbook Library, OASIS, and MOM).

Ancillaries, on the other hand, have been a bit slower to gain steam. This gap is lessening, though. Projects like The Ohio State University Content Camp and OpenStax Creator Fest have begun to pull together funding to host events that receive faculty from a wide-range of universities with the main goal of creating openly-licensed supplementary materials.

The resources below should hopefully provide you with a good basis to get your faculty moving in the right direction in terms of exploring, finding, and possibly creating their own supplemental content.

Open Acillary Resources

Homework and Labs
Multimedia Assets
Other Assets

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Affordable Instructional Materials – ID Handbook by James Paradiso, Aimee deNoyelles, John Raible, Denise Lowe, Debra Luken is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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