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Open Educational Resources (OER): OER at PGCC

This guide provides links to and information about open educational resources.


What are Z-Courses?

A Z-course is a section of a course that does not require purchasing textbooks and other learning resources. In this type of course, the instructors provide textbooks and other instructional materials electronically to students free of cost.

Z-course Offerings: Spring 2019

Course Prefix/Code Course Title Section
BIO 1110 Environmental Biology DL01
BIO 2010 Microbiology All Sections
CHM 2010 Organic Chemistry I All Sections
CHM 2020 Organic Chemistry II All Sections
CHM 2040 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory All Sections
CSM 1510 Residential Construction Management All Sections
CSM 2900 Construction Enterprise Project All Sections
EGL 0080 Foundations of College English LD01, LD05, LD09
EGL 0090 Advanced Foundations of College English LD07, LD18, LD 23
EGL 1010 Composition I: Expository Writing DL02, DL03, DL08, DL09, LD54, LE09
EGL 1020 Composition II: Writing About Literature DL02 
EGL 2150 Introduction to Creative Writing DL01
EGL 2160 Advanced Creative Writing LD01
ENT 1710 Circuits and Measurement Techniques All Sections
ENT 1720 Circuit Analysis and Design All Sections
ENT 2810 CPU Architecture All Sections
INT 1010 Introduction to Information Technology All Sections
INT 1111 Programming Logic and Design LD03, LD05, LD06, LE01, LE02
INT 1450 CCNA 1: Introduction to Cisco Networking All Sections
INT 1460 CCNA 2: Routing and Switching Essentials All Sections
INT 1620 Computer Security: Security+ Preparation All Sections
INT 1800 Internet and Web Technology All Sections
INT 2050 Starting Mobile Application Development All Sections
INT 2450 CCNA 3: Scaling Networks All Sections
INT 2460 CCNA 4: Connecting Networks All Sections
INT 2470 CCNA Security All Sections
INT 2530 Telecommunications All Sections
INT 2681 Ethical Hacking Certification Preparation All Sections
PHL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy: The Art of Questioning DL01, DL04, LD05, XW01


OER Development

This form will serve as an application for those interested in developing OERs. (Only one form is needed for the entire team.)

Learning Communities

Are you ready to start your journey in adopting, adapting, or creating Open Educational Resources? If so, please join a learning community.

PGCC Hub (M.O.S.T. Commons)

A Hub is a custom resource center on M.O.S.T. Commons where institutions can create, organize, and share collections that meet their common goals.

Need Help?

Need help finding OER materials for your classes? Contact your Liaison Librarian for assistance in building your OER course.