Open educational resources (OER) are freely accessible, openly licensed text, media, and other digital assets that are useful for teaching, learning, and assessing as well as for research purposes. W&M Libraries are interested in helping the campus community to learn about and incorporate OER's into their courses.

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Submissions from 2017

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Differentiating TPACK-Based Learning Materials for Preservice and Inservice Teachers, Judi Harris and Mark J. Hofer

Submissions from 2016

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AP10 Neuron structure and Summation to start new APs, Paul D. Heideman

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AP1 Balance between Concentration and Charge is a Donnan Equilibrium, Paul D. Heideman

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AP2- Resting Potential of a Typical Cell, Paul D. Heideman

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AP3 Voltage gated Sodium Channels First half of an Action Potential, Paul D. Heideman

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AP4 Voltage gated Potassium Channels Second half of an Action Potential, Paul D. Heideman

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AP6 Action Potential Overview, Paul D. Heideman

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AP7 Action Potential Overview with Channel changes, Paul D. Heideman

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AP8 Synapse and Action Potential, Paul D. Heideman

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AP9 Synapse Types, Paul D. Heideman

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Open Educational Resources (OERs) for TPACK Development, Mark J. Hofer and Judi Harris

Submissions from 2015

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Physics 201: Modern Physics, Jamie Leach and Marc T. Sher

Submissions from 1980

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Instructor's Manual: The Economic Role of the Audit in Free and Regulated Markets, Wanda Wallace

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The Economic Role of the Audit in Free and Regulated Markets, Wanda Wallace