Course instructional materials

This includes textbooks, multimedia, journal articles, and websites. All course materials must align and contribute to the completion of your learning objectives and assessments. Course content includes any materials that you create that relates to the course such as PowerPoint slides, Panopto videos, or Word documents. It is important to Include a variety of instructional materials in your course such as the following:

Open Content
Open Educational Resources (OER) are learning tools that live in the public domain or released with intellectual property licenses (usually Creative Commons) allowing their free use, continuous improvement, and modification by others. For more information and to find Open Educational Resources, visit UMKC Research Guide.

Library content
UMKC Libraries provides access to two million licensed online resources such as journal articles, research databases, eBooks, films, and images. Contact your librarian for help locating resources for your course.

Publisher content
Bring digital content right into your Blackboard classroom. You can integrate publisher content products into Blackboard, providing direct access for students.