An excellent place to search for and browse OER developed throughout CUNY is by using the university’s institutional repository, CUNY Academic Works as well as the CUNY’s OER Commons hub.

  • OER in CUNY Academic Works
    The Open Educational Resources series collects instructional materials — from textbooks to syllabi — created by the CUNY community. To find works from a specific college or school, browse by Colleges, Schools, Centers.
  • OpenEd CUNY
    Browse all OER materials by format/type, through subject collections curated by CUNY librarians, or by creator/college.

Browse this curated list of OER developed throughout CUNY:

  • Art History Teaching Resources
    Created by Michelle Millar Fisher of the Graduate Center and Karen Shelby of Baruch College, “AHTR is a peer-populated platform for art history teachers. AHTR is home to a constantly evolving and collectively authored online repository of art history teaching content including, but not limited to, lesson plans, video introductions to museums, book reviews, image clusters, and classroom and museum activities.
  • MMP 100 Course Hub
    Resources for students and faculty teaching Introduction to Multimedia.
  • Critical Thinking: Primary Concepts
    Free open access Critical Thinking text created by James DiGiovanna, John Jay College.
  • Philosophy Textbooks
    Open textbooks created by Philip A. Pecorino, Queensborough Community College
  • Precalculus Textbook
    Open textbook written by Thomas Tradler and Holly Carley of City Tech.
  • Visionlearning: Your Insight into Science
    “Our materials, targeted to both students and educators, make peer-reviewed, bilingual content freely available. Visionlearning modules explore specific STEM concepts and examine how we have come to understand them, the people who have contributed to our understanding, and the ongoing research that builds our scientific knowledge.”
    Founded by Anthony Carpi, John Jay College.
  • SOC 101 at Hunter
    A wiki organized by Jessie Daniels for Hunter SOC 101 faculty and students, with syllabus, readings, assignments, and other resources.
  • Science Forward
    Science curriculum and OER created by the CUNY Macaulay Honors College.
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