Washington OER Hub

 

Washington's platform for sharing K-12 open educational resources - promoting equitable
access to standards-aligned, quality instructional materials.

 

    About Washington OER Project

    The Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) OER Project raises OER awareness and provides support for school districts adapting, developing, and implementing openly-licensed instructional materials.

     video icon  Introduction to the Washington OER Hub (video)              play icon  Washington OER Hub Highlights playlist  

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    OSPI Continuous Learning Suggestions - search collections by Content or by Target Audience
    These collections provide a curated selection of Washington-developed resources as well as links to external organizations providing quality online educational materials to help schools, students, families, and communities.
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    OSPI Working Groups - browse these groups for resources created by OSPI in partnership with
    Washington educators, OSPI grantees or collaborators, or Washington districts/schools

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    New to the Washington OER Hub? 
    Visit the Washington OER Information Group for "getting started" resources including a Washington OER Hub Overview Document and User Guide.

    For the most current updates and guidance from OSPI, visit OSPI's Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance & Resources page.

      Continuous Learning Collections

      Select a range of collections based on content area or target audience. Once you have selected a specific collection to view, use the filters on the left side of your screen to refine your search (e.g. by education level/grade). These resource suggestions are in addition to the OSPI and collaborator-developed OER in the groups below.

      OSPI content experts have curated a selection of instructional materials for educators to use with students during this time of increased remote learning. Some of these resources have been developed by OSPI, Washington educators, or collaborators and others link to external organizations providing both open and “free to use online” educational materials.

      Groups

      These groups and their resources are managed and curated by districts or schools.