Grants

Find information about the Open Oregon Educational Resources grants program here.

Grant Project Update: A Different Road to College - Alise Lamoreaux, Dave Dillon, and Amy Hofer presented at the 2018 Oregon GED® Program Summit to share open college success textbooks. Read more...
Call for Proposals: Community College Oregon Transfer Compass Grants - Open Oregon Educational Resources seeks grant proposals from community college instructors in Oregon Transfer Compass courses. Application deadline is November 9, 2018. Read more...
Grant Project Update: Math Review Resources - Steve Simonds discusses the accessible math review site he is building at Portland Community College. Read more...
2018-19 OER Grants Awarded - The 2018-19 Open Oregon Educational Resources grants were awarded on June 1. Congratulations to our grantees! Read more...
Grant Project Update: ENVS 171 at Oregon Coast Community College - Matthew R. Fisher discusses his work to adapt a open textbook for environmental science at Oregon Coast Community College. His recently published research finds that students saved money and liked the book, while he enjoyed the ability to customize. Read more...
Call for Proposals: Open Educational Resources Grants - Open Oregon Educational Resources seeks grant proposals that implement high-impact, culturally relevant/inclusive, collaborative projects in support of open education and reduced textbook costs for students. Proposals are due April 27, 2018. Read more…
OER grant ideas? Hold that thought… - To receive email notification when the call for grant proposals is open, please provide your contact info. Read more...
2016-17 Grant Projects Complete - The 2016-17 OER grant projects are complete – congratulations grantees! 8,370 students at 21 institutions have saved over $1,000,000 to date. Read more…
2015 Grant Projects: One Year Later - The 2015 OER Grant projects continue to extend their impact one year later. Read more...
Grant Project Update: PSY 201A & 202A - Kristen Kane describes the result of using the OpenStax textbook in her Columbia Gorge Community College Psychology courses. Students saved $13,475 over two quarters and met the course outcomes.
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