Oregon Estuarine Invertebrates: An Open Educational Resource?
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Through a partnership of the University Libraries and the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, we created an in-house open educational resource from a former government publication. The step-‐wise process to achieve and brand this resource is described with the hope that it will encourage others to self-‐publish and create additional open education resources.
Suggested CitationArticle: Butler, Barb, "Oregon Estuarine Invertebrates: An Open Educational Resource?", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/9122
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