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Guide for the open and affordable learning community of Florida, OPEN FL.

Examples from Florida

Social Science Research: Principle, Methods, and Practices

Anol Bhattacherjee, University of South Florida


The Inside, Outside, and Upside Downs of Children's Literature: From Poets and Pop-ups to Princesses and Porridge

Jenifer Jasinski Schneider, University of South Florida


Introduction to Matrix Algebra: Second Edition

Autar K. Kaw, University of South Florida


MAC 1105: College Algebra

Marcus McWaters, University of South Florida


Numerical Methods with Applications

Autar K. Kaw, University of South Florida

Egwu K. Kalu, Florida A&M University

Duc Nguyen, Old Dominion University


Florida Open Academic Library (FOAL)

The Florida Open Academic Library (FOAL),, provides an online portal to Florida’s treasure of digital archives and collections housed at public colleges and universities, discovery of over 1.25 million digital collections and archives across the state.  Over 150 repository sites searched in one location.

  • Provides high-quality, affordable, and collaborative resources and services for Florida public postsecondary institutions that enhance learning, teaching, and research through facilitated access to a user-centric, open access treasury of unique cultural heritage materials, education resources, textbooks, scholarly communications, and original research.
  • Over 750 Open Educational Resources identified by the statewide Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) icon through the Florida Open Academic Library


CCC OEI  Canvas Course Shells

Faculty looking for Canvas Course Shells, in select subjects, please log-in to Canvas.  Go to Canvas Commons in sidebar and search: CCC, OEI, OpenStax, OER.  Note:  your administrator must have Canvas Commons turned on for faculty to access.