Multiple institutional sponsors, hosted by University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. "This library is a tool to help instructors find affordable, quality textbook solutions. All textbooks in this library are complete and openly licensed." UMKC is a member of the Open Textbook Network (OTN), which supports the Open Textbook Library, through MOBIUS.
The books added to the collection through the DOAB (Directory of Open Access Books) pilot are digital versions of print books already held by the Library. The eBooks are openly available on loc.gov without any restrictions. There is no travel, registration, or authentication necessary.
A free publication service by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and the American Dental Education Association (ADEA) of peer-reviewed medical education materials. Licensed under Creative Commons open licenses.
Open textbooks for Saylor Academy classes, most issued under a CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 license. Subjects include: Accounting, Advertising and Sales, General Business, Science and Mathematics, Management and Leadership, Business Law and Ethics, Social Sciences, Writing and Communication, and Personal and Professional Development.
"Through the initiative, faculty can receive a stipend up to $5,000 to develop or adopt an alternate to a traditional textbook. This process may involve using a range of resources across different media (articles, video, audio, websites) or the use of an existing open access textbook."
The State University of New York System, "...offering services to support wide faculty adoption of OER that can be effectively sustained, improved and shared, as well as delivered to students to give them the day-one access to course materials they need for academic success. Our OER services will continue to include supporting the development of new, original low-cost learning materials for SUNY students, using a financial model that any SUNY campus can easily join."
"Starting in October 2016, twelve grants of $1,000 each are available to faculty and instructors across the system who want to adopt, remix, or create a free or low cost textbook, as an alternative to traditional course materials."