OER are teaching, learning and research materials licensed to permit no-cost access, re-use, adaptation and redistribution. This collection includes OER that have been created by UM faculty.
Amy M. Glaspey
List of open and free resources used in a course on articulation and phonological disorders. This class covers theoretical perspectives on phonological and articulation disorders with an emphasis on application to clinical management including evaluation, assessment techniques, and intervention strategies.
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List of open and free resources used in a course on human form and function. This course is an introduction to human anatomy and physiology. It explores the fundamentals of structure and function at basic cellular and tissue levels, in addition to the anatomy and ... Read More
R. Ryan Weibush
The intention of this text is to be a practical field guide, to be referenced before, after, and, if needed, during a non-fiction production. While the term “non-fiction” may refer to a wide variety of production styles, the only two covered in depth here are ... Read More
This record includes a syllabus, unit-by-unit lists of open and free resources, a course project description, and additional, optional resources used in a course on natural disasters. The course covers plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, tornadoes, hurricanes, climate change, floods, fires, landslides, avalanches, and impacts ... Read More
Sara E. Schroeder
Podcasts are a great way for students to practice their listening skills! Find links to a wide variety of podcast episodes, accompanied by corresponding worksheets (and answer keys) that may be used to assess your students' understanding of each episode.