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Go Open: a beginner's guide to open education

A guide to engaging with open education practices in your teaching, research and support activities

So you like the idea of using some existing open resources in your teaching, but how do you find these open resources and ensure that they are right for your students in terms of content and quality? In short, there are many different websites and repositories (places that other educators have made resources they developed openly available) that house collections of open educational resources, which may include any instructional material such as teaching and learning documents, images, videos, textbooks, or even whole courses.