Welcome to OpenALG: Georgia's New Home for Open and Interactive Educational Resources.
With iterative texts, powerful annotation tools, rich media support, and robust community dialogue, Affordable Learning Georgia's OpenALG transforms static open textbooks into living digital works.
Check out some of our newest open educational resources.
Film AppreciationYelizaveta Moss, Candice Wilson
Programming FundamentalsWei Jin, Robert Lutz, Richard W. Price, Tacksoo Im, Hyesung Park, Na'el Abu-halaweh, Sonal S. Dekhane
World HistoryEugene Berger, George L. Israel, Charlotte Miller, Brian Parkinson, Andrew Reeves, Nadejda Williams
Open Technical CommunicationCassandra Race, Tamara Powell, Tiffani Reardon, Jonathan Arnett, Monique Logan
All of ALG's open textbooks, made to cover the scope and sequence of a University System of Georgia course. Ancillary materials for these are included on the textbook's front page.
From open courses to study guides, these open resources help to supplement the instruction of a USG course.
When Textbook Transformation Grants teams adopt OER and other no-cost and low-cost materials without creating new texts or ancillaries, their syllabi and final reports are located here to assist instructors in future adoptions.