"The open education movement is a sharing movement, and it speaks to libraries because, at its core, the basic concept is that the more materials are shared, the more the world is bettered."
- Jensen & West
The University Libraries have information and systems in place that faculty can use to make course materials freely shareable for students:
The MOspace Institutional Repository is an online repository for creative and scholarly works and other resources created by faculty, students, and staff at the University of Missouri--Columbia and the University of Missouri--Kansas City. MOspace makes these resources freely available on the web and assures their preservation for the future.
For projects with video and audio components, the MU Digital Library platform provides the University of Missouri community with a secure space to store, preserve, and share various forms of digital content.
Interested in submitting your own work?
Faculty, students, staff, and other individuals or entities associated with the University of Missouri--Columbia, the University of Missouri--Kansas City, and the University of Missouri System are encouraged to submit works to MOspace and/or the MU Digital Library. Co-authors need not be affiliated with the University of Missouri.
Learn more about how to Submit Works to MOspace