Canvas course shells:

Transitions Math I (WACTC OER course)
Tip: Before clicking on this link, first log into your TCC Canvas faculty account and open up Canvas Commons. OER Canvas course shared by Grays Harbor College instructor, 2020. "Transitions Math I course is comprised of six modules that focus on arithmetic: whole numbers, fractions (2 modules), decimals, ratios and proportions, and percents. Most lessons have a pretest, video lesson(s), follow up quiz(zes) and homework. At the end of each module, there is a practice test and answer key. The module does not include the module tests or the final exam. The course is designed for GED students, high school completion students, and students brushing up for the college placement test." Includes modules, assignments, quizzes, and discussions. CC BY NC SA (Creative Commons  Attribution  NonCommercial  ShareAlike) license.
Textbooks, courses, and readers:

College Algebra with Corequisite Support (OER textbook)
OpenStax textbook, published 2021. "[I]ntegrates comprehensive algebraic principles with effective foundational review. Each textbook section is paired with a thoughtfully developed, topically aligned skills module that prepares students for the course material. The modules include conceptual overviews, worked examples, and guided practice; they incorporate relevant material from OpenStax’s Developmental Math series." Organized into 9 chapters. Online + PDF format. CC BY (Creative Commons  Attribution) license. Eligible for Print on Demand.

Technical Mathematics (OER textbook)
OER textbook by Morgan Chase, Clackamas Community College, published by Oregon State University, 2021. "This developmentallevel mathematics textbook is intended for careertechnical students." Organized into 30 modules, from "Order of Operations" to "Standard Deviation." Includes exercises and exercise answers for each module. Online, PDF, and ebook formats. CC BY NC SA (Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike) license.

Fundamentals of Mathematics (OER textbook)
"This text will help the student develop the insight and intuition necessary to master arithmetic techniques and manipulative skills." 11 chapters. Peer reviews of the text are available on this site. Online, PDF, and offline zip file formats available. CC BY (Creative Commons  Attribution) license.

Mathematics  OpenTextBookStore (open textbooks)
List of commonly used open textbooks for mathematics, including arithmetic, prealgebra, math in liberal arts, etc. Brief reviews and openness ratings for each book, plus link to free and openly licensed textbook files. All openly licensed and eligible for Print on Demand.

Open Textbook Initiative  Approved Textbooks (American Institute of Mathematics)
OER textbooks approved by the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) Editorial Board. Categories include Elementary Algebra. Each textbook may have a different open license.

Open Source Mathematics textbooks (Scottsdale Community College)
Free and openly licensed textbooks created by Scottsdale Community College instructor, 2013. Textbooks include Precalculus, College Algebra, and College Trigonometry. CC BY NC SA (Creative Commons  Attribution  NonCommercial  ShareAlike) license.

MAT082 – Basic Arithmetic OER (Scottsdale Community College)
Materials developed by Scottsdale Community College instructors for developmental math sequence, 2013. Student workbook, minilesson worksheets, practice problem worksheets, and minilesson videos, organized into 11 weeks. CC BY SA (Creative Commons  Attribution  ShareAlike) license.

MAT09x Introductory Algebra OER (Scottsdale Community College)
Materials developed by Scottsdale Community College instructors for developmental math sequence, 2014. Student workbook, worksheets, and minilesson videos, organized into 12 weeks. CC BY SA (Creative Commons  Attribution  ShareAlike) license.

MAT12x – Intermediate Algebra OER (Scottsdale Community College)
Materials developed by Scottsdale Community College instructors for developmental math sequence, 2015. Student workbook, minilesson worksheets, practice problem worksheets, and minilesson videos, organized into 12 weeks. CC BY (Creative Commons  Attribution) license.

Adult Literacy Fundamentals Textbooks from BC Campus Open Ed
Adult Literacy textbooks (available in multiple file formats) for Mathematics, English, and College Success. Most look to be CC BY licensed (Creative Commons  Attribution)
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

Statistics  Crash Course video playlist
Crash Course video series of 44 videos (each video around 10 mins.) with innovative graphics, last updated 2020. Includes videos on: mathematical thinking; mean, median, and mode; data visualization; distributions; correlation and causation; data collection methods; ethical data collection; probability; Pvalues; and more. Crash Course videos are highquality, with a mix of liveaction and animated graphics. Not openly licensed but freely available to view, link, and embed into courses.

MyOpenMath
MyOpenMath is designed for mathematics, providing delivery of homework, quizzes, and tests with rich mathematical content. MyOpenMath can be used to webenhance an oncampus course, as part of hybrid course, or to run a fully online course. There’s a video link provided to see how other instructors use MyOpenMath, plus a list of textbooks aligned for the prebuilt courses, including Arithmetic for College Students, Prealgebra, Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, Math in Society, Precalculus, College Algebra, Business Calculus, and Contemporary Calculus. Links together specific chapters with related videos, homework, quizzes, etc.

CK12 Math
Biggest open content provider for K12 STEM content. Look on the left column for links to Math subjects, including Grades 15, Arithmetic, Measurement, and more. CC BY NC 3.0 license (Creative Commons  Attribution  NonCommercial)

ABCYA.com
“ABCya is the leader in free educational computer games and mobile apps for kids. The innovation of a grade school teacher, ABCya is an awardwinning destination for elementary students that offers hundreds of fun, engaging learning activities.” Free online games for PreK through 5th grade. Alphabet, numbers, money, geography, parts of speech, typing, technology vocabulary, skills  INCLUDES MATH! Holiday themed games available. No charge to use on PCs. Mobilefriendly version requires a subscription
Recommended by TCC AESL instructor

GeoGebra
“GeoGebra is dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easytouse package.” GeoGebra can be embedded in MyOpenMath with parameters passed between them. You are free to copy, distribute and transmit GeoGebra for noncommercial purposes.

Science Stories
"Science Stories brings scientific work into social spaces." Browse annotated stories and videos about scientists from traditionally marginalized backgrounds. A mix of historical and current stories. Covers all areas of STEM. Open access (okay to link to and/or embed videos).
Library ebooks with unlimited user access:
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

Math Anxiety podcasts
Podcasts from MathProfJeff, Jeffrey Swigart, mathematics professor at Harold Washington College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago. 2 podcasts on math anxiety, includes audio links and transcripts. Not technically OER but freetouse and/or link to.

"Overcoming Math Anxiety" webinar
July 2018 webinar hosted by the Coalition on Adult Basic Education. "Mathematics anxiety affects almost half of the learners in our classrooms. Scientists have proven that this fear actually interferes with the part of the brain needed for reasoning and problemsolving. Math anxiety can affect teachers as well as students. In this presentation, participants will learn exactly how math anxiety affects learners and specific techniques to help ease and overcome these effects."

"Math at Work Monday" interviews
From Math for Grownups site, interviews with people about how they use math in the work. Interesting and easytoread perspectives on “math in the real world.”
Not technically OER but freetouse and/or link to. Published 20112015.
Textbooks, courses, and readers:

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers (OER textbook)
Written by Univ. of Hawaii instructor, revised in 2018. "This book will help you to understand elementary mathematics more deeply, gain facility with creating and using mathematical notation, develop a habit of looking for reasons and creating mathematical explanations, and become more comfortable exploring unfamiliar mathematical situations." Online, digital PDF, print PDF, and XML formats. CC BY SA (Creative Commons  Attribution  ShareAlike) license.

The Essence of Mathematics Through Elementary Problems (OER textbook)
"The book consists of six chapters of increasing sophistication (Mental Skills; Arithmetic; Word Problems; Algebra; Geometry; Infinity), with interleaved commentary. The content will appeal to students considering further study of mathematics at university, teachers of mathematics at age 1418, and anyone who wants to see what this kind of elementary content has to tell us about how mathematics really works." PDF and printondemand formats. CC BY (Creative Commons  Attribution) license.

Open Textbook Initiative  Approved Textbooks (American Institute of Mathematics)
OER textbooks approved by the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) Editorial Board. Categories include Liberal Arts Math, and more. Each textbook may have a different open license.
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

K5 Math and Technology Resources
“A directory of resources about mathematics and technology for kindergarten through fifth grade. This resource was created with the support of an ALG Textbook Transformation Grant. Topics include teaching and learning theories, problem solving, assessment, equity, technological tools, and measurements.” Published Spring 2015. PDF format. CC BY (Creative Commons  Attribution) license.

ACEMaths
From the African Teacher Education OER Network, 2008, focusing on South Africa. The units focusing on Learning and Teaching of Intermediate and Senior Mathematics: Unit 1: Exploring what it means to ‘do’ mathematics, Unit 2: Developing understanding in mathematics, Unit 3: Teaching through problem solving, Unit 4: Planning in the problembased classroom, Unit 5: Building assessment into teaching and learning, Unit 6: Teaching all children mathematics. Various CC licenses on different materials in the units.
Textbooks, courses, and readers:

College Mathematics for Everyday Life  Second Edition (OER textbook)
Updated 2019. "This text was written for a collegelevel liberal arts math class. It addresses math concepts that most people will encourter as part of their everyday life, including statistics, probablility, growth, finance, graph theory, voting systems, fair division, apportionment, and geometric symmetry and the golden ratio. Each chapter includes a set of homework questions for practice." PDF and editable Word formats. CC BY SA (Creative Commons AttributionShareAlike) license.

Liberal Arts Mathematics
Saburo Matsumoto, College of the Canyons, 2019. Organized into 9 chapters, starting with Mathematics and ProblemSolving. Includes exercises and an answer key to selected problems. PDF format via Google Drive. CC BY (Creative Commons  Attribution) license. Eligible for Print on Demand.

Mathematics  OpenTextBookStore (open textbooks)
List of commonly used open textbooks for mathematics, including math in liberal arts, etc. Brief reviews and openness ratings for each book, plus link to free and openly licensed textbook files. All openly licensed and eligible for Print on Demand.

Open Textbook Initiative  Approved Textbooks (American Institute of Mathematics)
OER textbooks approved by the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) Editorial Board. Categories include Liberal Arts Math. Each textbook may have a different open license.
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

"Math at Work Monday" interviews
From Math for Grownups site, interviews with people about how they use math in the work. Interesting and easytoread perspectives on “math in the real world.”
Not technically OER but freetouse and/or link to. Published 20112015.

MyOpenMath
MyOpenMath is designed for mathematics, providing delivery of homework, quizzes, and tests with rich mathematical content. MyOpenMath can be used to webenhance an oncampus course, as part of hybrid course, or to run a fully online course. There’s a video link provided to see how other instructors use MyOpenMath, plus a list of textbooks aligned for the prebuilt courses, including Arithmetic for College Students, Prealgebra, Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, Math in Society, Precalculus, College Algebra, Business Calculus, and Contemporary Calculus. Links together specific chapters with related videos, homework, quizzes, etc.

Science Stories
"Science Stories brings scientific work into social spaces." Browse annotated stories and videos about scientists from traditionally marginalized backgrounds. A mix of historical and current stories. Covers all areas of STEM. Open access (okay to link to and/or embed videos).
Textbooks, courses, and readers:

Intermediate Algebra (OER textbook)
Terrance Berg, Kwantlen Polytechnic University (Canada), 2020. Adapted from Tyler Wallace's Beginning and Intermediate Algebra. "The mathematics covered in this textbook are at an intermediate algebra level, building upon literacies covered in Mathematical Fundamental and Elementary Algebra." Organized into 11 chapters and includes extensive selfassessments and answer keys. Online and PDF formats. CC BY NC SA (Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike) license. Eligible for Print on Demand.

Mathematics  OpenTextBookStore (open textbooks)
List of commonly used open textbooks for mathematics, including Prealgebra and Algebra. Brief reviews and openness ratings for each book, plus link to free and openly licensed textbook files. All openly licensed and eligible for Print on Demand.

Open Textbook Initiative  Approved Textbooks (American Institute of Mathematics)
OER textbooks approved by the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) Editorial Board. Categories include Elementary Algebra and College Algebra. Each textbook may have a different open license.

OpenStax Mathematics textbooks and instructor resources
Highquality mathematics textbooks and instructor resources, including Elementary Algebra, College Alegbra with Corequisite Support, College Algebra, and Intermediate Algebra. All have at least online and PDF format options. All with a CC BY (Creative Commons  Attribution) license. All eligible for Print on Demand.

Open Source Mathematics textbooks (Scottsdale Community College)
Free and openly licensed textbooks created by Scottsdale Community College instructor, 2013. Textbooks include College Algebra. CC BY NC SA (Creative Commons  Attribution  NonCommercial  ShareAlike) license.
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

MyOpenMath
MyOpenMath is designed for mathematics, providing delivery of homework, quizzes, and tests with rich mathematical content. MyOpenMath can be used to webenhance an oncampus course, as part of hybrid course, or to run a fully online course. There’s a video link provided to see how other instructors use MyOpenMath, plus a list of textbooks aligned for the prebuilt courses, including Arithmetic for College Students, Prealgebra, Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, Math in Society, Precalculus, College Algebra, Business Calculus, and Contemporary Calculus. Links together specific chapters with related videos, homework, quizzes, etc.

GeoGebra
“GeoGebra is dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easytouse package.” GeoGebra can be embedded in MyOpenMath with parameters passed between them. You are free to copy, distribute and transmit GeoGebra for noncommercial purposes.
Textbooks, courses, and readers:

OpenIntro Statistics (OER textbooks)
OpenIntro Statistics, Intro Statistics with Randomization and Simulation, and Intro Statistics for the Life and Biomedical Sciences textbooks, videos, slides, labs, and more. PDF format available for free. CC BY SA (Creative Commons  Attribution  ShareAlike) license.

Mathematics  OpenTextBookStore (open textbooks)
List of commonly used open textbooks for mathematics, including Statistics. Brief reviews and openness ratings for each book, plus link to free and openly licensed textbook files. All openly licensed and eligible for Print on Demand.

Open Textbook Initiative  Approved Textbooks (American Institute of Mathematics)
OER textbooks approved by the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) Editorial Board. Categories include Statistics. Each textbook may have a different open license.

OpenStax Mathematics textbooks and instructor resources
Highquality mathematics textbooks and instructor resources for Statistics (HS/AP level), Introductory Statistics, and Introductory Business Statistics. All have at least online and PDF format options. All with a CC BY (Creative Commons  Attribution) license. All eligible for Print on Demand.
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

GeoGebra
“GeoGebra is dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easytouse package.” GeoGebra can be embedded in MyOpenMath with parameters passed between them. You are free to copy, distribute and transmit GeoGebra for noncommercial purposes.
TCCcreated resources:

MATH 96/140 (TCC OER course)
Tip: Before clicking on this link, first log into your TCC Canvas faculty account and open up Canvas Commons. OER Canvas course shared by TCC instructor Mike Flodin, 2020. "Webenhanced Introduction to Precalculus class (in between Intermediate Algebra and Precalculus)." Includes modules, assignments, and discussions. Public domain license.
Textbooks, courses, and readers:
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

MyOpenMath
MyOpenMath is designed for mathematics, providing delivery of homework, quizzes, and tests with rich mathematical content. MyOpenMath can be used to webenhance an oncampus course, as part of hybrid course, or to run a fully online course. There’s a video link provided to see how other instructors use MyOpenMath, plus a list of textbooks aligned for the prebuilt courses, including Arithmetic for College Students, Prealgebra, Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, Math in Society, Precalculus, College Algebra, Business Calculus, and Contemporary Calculus. Links together specific chapters with related videos, homework, quizzes, etc.

GeoGebra
“GeoGebra is dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easytouse package.” GeoGebra can be embedded in MyOpenMath with parameters passed between them. You are free to copy, distribute and transmit GeoGebra for noncommercial purposes.
Textbooks, courses, and readers:
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

MyOpenMath
MyOpenMath is designed for mathematics, providing delivery of homework, quizzes, and tests with rich mathematical content. MyOpenMath can be used to webenhance an oncampus course, as part of hybrid course, or to run a fully online course. There’s a video link provided to see how other instructors use MyOpenMath, plus a list of textbooks aligned for the prebuilt courses, including Arithmetic for College Students, Prealgebra, Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, Math in Society, Precalculus, College Algebra, Business Calculus, and Contemporary Calculus. Links together specific chapters with related videos, homework, quizzes, etc.

GeoGebra
“GeoGebra is dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easytouse package.” GeoGebra can be embedded in MyOpenMath with parameters passed between them. You are free to copy, distribute and transmit GeoGebra for noncommercial purposes.
Textbooks, courses, and readers:
Supplemental tools and materials (incl. games, lessons, videos, exercises, etc.):

GeoGebra
“GeoGebra is dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easytouse package.” GeoGebra can be embedded in MyOpenMath with parameters passed between them. You are free to copy, distribute and transmit GeoGebra for noncommercial purposes.
Textbooks, courses, and readers:

Engaging Mathematics  Teaching Manuals for math and environmental issues
9 manuals with lessons, activities, and curricula developed through Engaging Mathematics on different environmental issues relating to math, such as “Integrating Sustainability into Algebra Courses,” “Elementary Statistics Society and Environment,” and more. Different CC licenses on various textbooks, available to download as Word, PDF, or ebook formats.
The Culturally Responsive and Inclusive Pedagogy OER Subject Guide, linked below, provides a starting point for OER professional development and curricular materials relating to issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion; traumainformed practices; and culturally responsive, inclusive, and antiracist pedagogy and practices. This guide includes concepts and keywords; TCC OEDI resources; introductory and more indepth professional development resources (toolkits, guides, etc.); curriculum resources (activities, assignments, etc.); OER and EDI rubrics; instructional design; accessibility; as well as EDIfocused OER in different disciplines across the curriculum, including STEM.
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