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Open Educational Resources (OER)

Business and Law OERs

Where to start tips...

  1. Remember to keep a note of all your searches because OERs can be from multiple places
  2. Begin your search with this OER website:

3. Did you find a suitable resource? (If not, search the OER sites below or look for DRM-Free resources via the A-Z Databases)

4. If found, evaluate the source

5. Check license restrictions and apply where necessary

6. Adapt and don't forget to attribute the author (if applicable)

Other Recommended Platforms

  • American Institute of Mathematics Textbooks -  maintains a list of Open Textbooks suitable for University level.
  • WikiBooks - Business- Wikibooks is a collection of business open-content textbooks, a Wikimedia project for collaboratively writing open-content textbooks that anyone can get edit right. Wikibooks includes textbooks, annotated texts, instructional guides, and manuals. These materials can be used in a traditional classroom, an accredited or respected institution, a home-school environment, as part of a Wikiversity course, or for self-learning (Source: Wikibooks webpage).
  • Australian National University (ANU) Law: Playlist of 23 Law Videos from The Australian National University.
  • H2O - was built at Harvard Law School by the Library.  You can find casebooks, cases and authors. All the content on H2O is licensed for sharing and adaptation under a Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)
  • MIT Courseware- Finance - Use the limiters to select the types of OER you would like to use including: lecture notes, interactive simulations, online textbooks, and assessments.
  • OER Commons- Finance - is a single search source that pulls materials from multiple OER collections. Use the left-side menu to refine your finance resources search by education level, material type, media format, and conditions of use.

Suggested textbooks:



Human Resource Management

Information Systems and Business Analytics




Property and Real Estate

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