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Open Education Leaders at UT: Home
Lowering textbook and course material costs for UT students
This list of faculty and instructors have lowered or eliminated textbook costs through the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) and/or other zero-cost options:
Open Educational Resources (OER) are freely available online through an open Creative Commons license and allow the freedom to retain, reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute.
Zero-Cost Materials include library collections and subscriptions like eBooks, streaming videos, and online academic journals (purchased in part through student tuition and fees) and/or materials freely accessible via the internet.
Browse the full list of OER and Zero-Cost Material Courses, or click a course area to jump directly to that section.
EF 151/152 Physics for Engineers I/II with Richard Bennett, Betsy White, and Others. moved to a non-textbook model for all EF program courses starting in 2011, adopting resources ranging from The Physics Classroom, OpenStax University Physics, and zero-cost materials available from HyperPhysics.