Open educational resources (OER) library

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Here’s what you need to know about our new open educational resources library

  • You can access the materials with one-click. 
  • All materials are free and reproducible for your learners and most are modifiable. 
  • Each resource has a description along with information about allowable uses. 
  • The first four of ten topics are now available. We’ll release more topics in the upcoming months.

Half the planned topics in the library are focused on developing overall literacy and numeracy capabilities, many of which introduce innovative instructional approaches. Other topics will address learner interests and goals such as supporting children with their learning or preparing to write the food handler’s test to gain a certificate.

You’ll be able to supplement published workbooks with PDF workbooks, interactive digital activities, online courses and lessons presented in Slides. Modifiable resources allow you to change the content to reflect an Ontario context and better reflect student experience and interests.

We’ve also made it easy for you to build your collection by setting up folders in Google Drive that contain many of the resources. You’re sure to find at least one new gem that you can add to your personal collection. 

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