Open Educational Resources

 

SPARC considers Open Educational Resources (OER) to be "teaching, learning, and research resources released under an open license that permits their free use and repurposing by others... [this can include] full courses, course materials, lesson plans, open textbooks, learning objects, videos, games, tests, software, or any other tool, material, or technique that supports access to knowledge."

UNI's Open Educational Resources collection is featured in the Digital Commons Teaching Commons.

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Books from 2015

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Invention through Form and Function Analogy, Audrey C. Rule

Submissions from 2007

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Air Masses, STORM Project

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Air Pressure and Weather, STORM Project

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Be Particular About our Matter!, STORM Project

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Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere, STORM Project

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Clouds Over Your Head, STORM Project

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Concentration is Essential for this Task!: An Activity in Comparing of Concentrations, STORM Project

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Decoding METAR Data, STORM Project

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Do the Dewpoint!, STORM Project

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Drawing Isobars, STORM Project

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Drawing Isotherms, STORM Project

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Factories - Friends or Foes?, STORM Project

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Finding the Planetary Boundary Layer, STORM Project

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Fronts, STORM Project

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Highs, Lows and Patterns in the Wind, STORM Project

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How Fast Does the Wind Blow?, STORM Project

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Indoor Air Pollution, STORM Project

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Is Air Quality in the Index?, STORM Project

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It’s Time for a Change, STORM Project

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Mid-Latitude Cyclones, STORM Project

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Oxygen Give and Take, STORM Project

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Particulate Matter Matters!, STORM Project

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Patterns of Temperature, STORM Project

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Precipitation Patterns, STORM Project

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Reading and Using Meteograms, STORM Project

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Reading Universal Time, STORM Project

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Structure of the Atmosphere, STORM Project

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There's a Hole in My Umbrella: A Mini-Unit on Acid Deposition, STORM Project

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There's a Whole Lotta Spillin' Goin' On!, STORM Project

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There's a Whole Lotta Spillin' Goin' On!, STORM Project

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To Burn or Not to Burn, STORM Project

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Trouble Breathing?, STORM Project

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Understanding Dispersion Models Using Computer Technology, STORM Project

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Upper Air Plots, STORM Project

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Weather Around Highs and Lows, STORM Project

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Weather Maps and Fronts, STORM Project

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Weather Station Plots, STORM Project

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What's the Temperature?, STORM Project

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Where Did the Water Go?, STORM Project

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Where Is it Hot or Cold?, STORM Project

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Which Way Does the Wind Blow?, STORM Project

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Winds around Highs and Lows, STORM Project

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You're One in a Million: An Activity in Comparing of Concentrations, STORM Project