Grants

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

Grant project update: Body Physics Adds H5P Activities - Mick’s current project adds "early and often" feedback to Body Physics by using H5P to create and embed interactive reinforcement questions directly into the text. Read more...
Grant project update: Student Nursing Curriculum Review - 25 Portland Community College nursing students gathered to kick off a year-long curriculum review by students, in order to lower the cost of required course materials in the program. Read more...
Grant Project Update: A Different Road to College adapted at Chemeketa - A Different Road to College by Alise Lamoreaux, Lane Community College, has been adapted into a Chemeketa Community College Edition by Grecia E. García Pérez and Ashley C. Duran-Fajardo. Read more...
Grant project update: Writing for Robo-Graders - Understanding the different expectations of artificial intelligence grading can be important to overall student success and placement into college courses. Read more...
2019-21 OER Grants Awarded - The 2019-21 Open Oregon Educational Resources grants have been awarded. Congratulations to our new cohort of grantees! Read more...
HB 2871 Grant Projects - The HB 2871 grant program saved 10,041 students an estimated total of $1,544,200.60 in four years, representing $4.80 in student savings per program dollar spent. Read more...
Continuing Savings from Past OER Grants - In the two OER grant programs for which prior data is available, the estimated cumulative student savings is $4,658,871.75, or about $14 in student savings per program dollar spent. Read more...
2018-19 Grant Projects Complete - The 68 OER grant projects in the 2018-19 cohort represent 19 institutions and saved nearly 8,000 Oregon students an estimated $1.2 million in the pilot year of the program, approximately $2.50 in student savings for each $1 of grant money spent. 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 in lower-division courses. Proposals are due July 8, 2019. Read more...
Grant Project Update: ESOL materials at Chemeketa and PCC - Genevieve Halkett, Davina Ramirez, and Amy Hofer presented at the Oregon Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages 2018 Fall Conference to share open ESOL materials. Read more...
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