Developed by the Open Textbook Network and based upon agreements at several institutions, this document is a starting point for higher education institutions that are looking to contract with their faculty to create OER. It was developed in a way that makes it easy for institutions to edit to meet their own campus intellectual property policy requirements.
From Achieve.org. Achieve is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit education reform organization dedicated to working with states to raise academic standards and graduation requirements, improve assessments, and strengthen accountability. Created in 1996 by a bipartisan group of governors and business leaders, Achieve is leading the effort to make college and career readiness a priority across the country so that students graduating from high school are academically prepared for postsecondary success. (Click "more" for URL for more on Achieve's mission)
This checklist guide is a creation of BCOER, a group of British Columbia (Canada) post-secondary librarians working together to support the use of quality OERs. It is made available via BCcampus.ca under a Creative Commons license (click "more" for URL for license link).
Blog post at The Campus Computing Project reporting on a winter 2015-2016 survey of 2,902 faculty at 29 two- and four- year colleges and universities by the Independent College Bookstore Association (ICBA)
"The goal of the OER Accessibility Toolkit is to provide the needed resources needed to each content creator, instructor, instructional designer, educational technologist, librarian, administrator, and teaching assistant to create a truly open and accessible educational resource — one that is accessible for all students."