ASCCC OERI Supported Resources

California Community Colleges Open Educational Resources 

OER Collections for the California Community Colleges, organized discipline, CSU general education requirements, Transfer Model Curriculum, and C-ID.


Access the OER and ZTC page to find all the latest information about Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) degrees and related textbook affordability requirements.

COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Faculty Resources – A list of resources compiled by ASCCC
OERI Resources in Canvas Commons – Course resources available for download in Canvas Commons
Canvas Video Resources
CVC-OEI Remote Instruction and Services Resources
TechConnect Zoom (CCC Confer/Confer Zoom) – Resources and specific updates on how each of the services (CCC Confer/Confer Zoom and 3C Media Solutions) provided by CCC TechConnect can assist you.

ASCCC OER Quick Guides

ASCCC OER Quick Guides offers a collection of openly licensed resources directly – and indirectly – related to OER advocacy, adoption, and development. If you have a resource you’d like us to share – or a resource you’d like us to develop – please let us know. For most topics, we’ve provided an accessible webpage (or two) and a PDF designed for printing.

Open Educational Resources

“Open Educational Resources” houses a collection of OER resources organized by what they have to offer and/or what they allow you to do.

OER-Related Resolutions

The ASCCC OERI encourages local senates to adopt resolutions supporting the use of OER. The ASCCC has adopted a number of resolutions about OER specifically and others related to reducing costs for students more generally. Local senates have adopted numerous resolutions that you can consider as you prepare to do the same at your college. Please let us know if you have a resolution that should be included in our collection.

OER and Success

Is there evidence that OER increases student success? How do you gather data at the local level to demonstrate the effectiveness of OER? “OER and Success” showcases OER-related data and provides guidance for those seeking to gather such data at the local level. Please let us know if you know of a resource that should be included in our collection.

OER Advocacy

How do you advocate for OER at the local level – and how do you ensure that you, the advocate, are well informed? Access our collection of OER Advocacy resources for some suggestions.

OER and Students

How do you talk to students about OER – and how do you help students become OER advocates?

Access our resources for talking to students about OER.

OER, Articulation, and Curriculum

If OER is to become part of your local culture, how do you address articulation concerns and integrate OER into the curriculum process? Access Articulation, Curriculum, and Open Educational Resources for answers and ideas.

OER Development

OER development – whether authoring or creating – needs to begin with a clear understanding of accessibility, attributions, and licensing. Access information related to OER development in our OER developers section.

Printing OER

The “o” in OER is for open, not online, although OER is typically digital and available online. Why – and how – do you get your OER printed?

Legislation and Current Events

As in many states, California law now requires that the California Community Colleges and the California State University “mark” course sections that have no associated textbook costs. Read about SB 1359.

What is “inclusive access” and why are there concerns about it?

This page last updated 11-14-21.

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