OER News and Events
Grant awards announced
Five school districts in Washington state have been awarded a total of $90,000 in Open Educational Resources (OER) grants. The awards will help support district adaptation and implementation of openly licensed educational material aligned with state standards. All content created or modified with Washington OER grant funds will be openly licensed.
Review details on the OER grant awardees on the OER Grant page.
2014 OER Review
OSPI will conduct an OER review in January and February 2014. This review will examine openly licensed instructional material in Geometry / Integrated Math 2 and units in 9th and 10th grade English Language Arts for alignment with the Common Core State Standards.
- Submit a resource for review. Open Educational Resources (OER) to be reviewed for their alignment with the Common Core State Standards for mathematics and English Language Arts.
OER Review Results
As a part of OSPI's legislative mandate to identify and develop a library of openly licensed courseware aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), OSPI conducted a review of OER covering Algebra 1/Integrated 1 and 11th grade English Language Arts. View the results.
|Various||Webinars||View OER Informational Webinar Schedule|
|03/12/2014||Seattle, WA||Northwest Council for Computer Education|
View handouts and presentations from previous events
Materials produced by the Washington OER Project by Digital Learning Department, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License unless otherwise noted.