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Career and Technical Education

The Alabama OER Commons is a place for Alabama educators, students, and the general public to find and share free educational resources.

We aim to bring together in one location some of the most useful OER textbooks and other materials available, and also to provide a central location for OER that are “made in Alabama” - original creations, as well as OER that have been adapted or remixed to fit the needs of Alabama students and residents.

The Alabama OER Commons is sponsored by the Alabama Virtual Library (AVL). Become a part of Alabama’s OER community by joining one of the groups listed below! We welcome Alabama residents who want to share their knowledge with each other and with the world.



Grade Level(s)

9, 10, 11, 12

More Information

Materials are Open and Free Yes
Materials are Temporarily Free or Require Licensing
Alignment to Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills
Evident Accuracy and Quality
High Production Quality
Authentic Learning
Materials are Student Ready
Designed from the Learning Science
User Account Required
Dual Language Supported
Culturally Responsive
Ease of Adaptation
Learning Management System Support - Learning Tools Interoperability
Learning Management System Support - Common Cartridge
Learning Management System Support - Google Classroom Yes

Submit Your Feedback and Recommendations

These resources have been vetted by the project’s partner organizations using the rubric of qualifications and reviewed by our steering committee. TxLx is not recommending or endorsing any tools, but has made this Open Educational Resources library available to support education leaders in best serving all students. While this list highlights a diverse set of content, we know there are more resources available and would love to hear what resources you’re using.

Email with your suggestions!

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