Open Textbook Collection

 

Open Educational Resources (OER) published at the University of Oregon. Our Pressbooks repository with up to date web versions of the textbooks in this collection can be found at https://opentext.uoregon.edu/

Recent Submissions

  • Schreiner, Jason (Open Oregon, 2021-12-16)
    Teaching about difference and power: a guide for instructors. Intended to help instructors teach United States: Difference, Inequality and Agency courses at the University of Oregon. The most up to date and interactive ...
  • Carroll, Anna; Wakefield, Eleanor (Open Oregon, 2019)
    This Open Educational Resource is a collection of texts and materials that team together students’ familiarity with sports and critical inquiry skills. The Politics of Sports has the potential to capture the interest of ...
  • Zalyubovskiy, Ana (Open Oregon, 2021-01-08)
    Ecology of Place is concerned with the values of conservation and preservation people place on their relationship to the earth, its features and its inhabitants. By knowing a place and naming its constituents we discover ...
  • Rust, Stephen; Wilde, Jenée (Open Oregon, 2019)
    This casebook opens up modes of inquiry into Western knowledge foundations, asking students to embrace epistemological uncertainty as a productive means of developing critical thinking skills. Each chapter includes an ...
  • Mason, Dyana P. (Open Oregon, 2022-10)
    This text is designed to provide an introduction to the nonprofit sector. It is designed to help readers understand the definition of the sector, its role in society, and the key questions facing it. The book also considers ...
  • Clevinger, Kara; Rust, Stephen (University of Oregon, 2022)
    Welcome to our creative commons OER (open educational resource) for Writing 121 at the University of Oregon. This resource is designed for students to be a zero-cost, high-quality guide to academic writing, with the goal ...