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Open Educational Resources (OER)

Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning, and research materials in any medium that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others.

Spring 2019 OER@UMT Grant Recipients

Thanks to funding from the Mansfield Library, the Provost's Office, and the School of Extended and Lifelong Learning, UM piloted a grant initiative called OER@UMT in Spring 2019. All faculty at UM and Missoula College were eligible to apply for the Review, Adopt, Adapt, and Create grants.

Spring 2019 OER@UMT Grant recipients included:

  • Brian Chaffin, Forestry
  • Gillian Glaes, Global Leadership Initiative
  • Amy Glaspey, Communicative Sciences & Disorders/Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences
  • Anne Grant, Math (PFNAC)
  • Annie Green, Division of Biological Sciences
  • Hilary Martens, Geosciences
  • Laurie Minns, Division of Biological Sciences
  • Mizuki Miyashita, Anthropology/Linguistics Program Director
  • Mike Morelli, Entertainment Management, College of Business
  • Jody Pavilack, History
  • Tammy Ravas, Mansfield Library
  • Kim Reiser, Applied Arts and Sciences, Missoula College
  • Erin Saldin, Davidson Honors College
  • Sara Schroeder, English Language Institute
  • Tully Thibeau, Linguistics
  • Ryan Weibush, Media Arts

We thank these faculty for their willingness to explore, use, and create OER in order to help reduce the cost and improve the availability and accessibility of course materials for students.