Check out some of our newest open educational resources.
Two Nations, One Land: UNSCOP and the Question of Israel, 1947 (Historical Game)Jason Slone, Claudia Cornejo Happel, Ruth Baker, Ahmet Akturk, Dan Pioske, Nicholas Proctor, Mark Carnes
Introduction to CartographyUlrike Ingram, Jason Rhodes
Global BusinessJacobus Boers
Guide to Database SystemsClément Aubert
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.
Organic ChemistryShainaz Landge, Christine Whitlock, Karelle Aiken, John DiCesare, Rafael Quirino, Hans Schanz, Abid Shaikh, Dawn Cannon-Rech
Software Development Guided Reading
Discrete MathMohamed Jamaloodeen, Kathy Pinzon, Daniel Pragel, Joshua Roberts, Sebastien Siva
Music and the Human ExperienceNeil Boumpani, Justin Carteret
From open courses to study guides, these open resources help to supplement the instruction of a USG course.
Quantitative Reasoning WorkbookApril Abbott, Elwanda Coston, Gary Dicks, Jan Gregus, Sheila McLendon, Amanda Urquhart
OpenStax Physics Warm-Up ActivitiesThomas Colbert, Joseph Newton, Josefa Guerrero-Millan
Blockchain and Smart Contracts Ancillary MaterialsReza Parizi
WebWork Problems for OpenStax CalculusKyle Chapman, Jennifer Royal
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.