Opendora is the all-in-one solution for the storage of open educational resources (OERs) for Minnesota State.
Opendora, developed by PALS, is a digital archive for OER materials, allowing Minnesota State faculty and librarians to load, access, and share licensed OER. This results in customized resources and provides no-cost classroom materials for instructors and students. All Minnesota State institutions have access to Opendora for OER materials at no cost.
Using an open source platform, Opendora preserves course material, supports any file format, allows for searchable content, and has easy-to-use data entry forms to load and manage OER materials.
Benefits of Opendora
• Preservation of course material
• Supports any file format
• Searchable content
• Ability to restrict access to material (for example, allow limited access to test banks)
• Easy-to-use data entry forms to load and manage OER materials
Explore Opendora using the link https://opendora.minnstate.edu/
Minnesota State faculty can upload materials by logging in through D2L Brightspace. Contact your institution’s D2L Brightspace team if you need assistance finding the link.
Contact PALS if you have questions about using Opendora for your open resource storage needs.
View our Opendora video here.
For more information please contact Tim Anderson.
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