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Open Course Materials Matching Service (OCoMMS)

This guide provides information on Libraries and Cultural Resources' Open Coursie Materials Matching Servce (OCoMMS) which supports faculty to explore free and openly licensed teaching and learning materials that match the needs of their courses.

About the Reading List Service

Did you know Libraries and Cultural Resources also has a Reading List Service for course materials?

The Reading List Service is a collaborative web app that simplifies the creation and availability of Course Reading Lists. The Reading List Service is integrated with the library collection and supports multiple interfaces to enable instructors to add materials to their reading lists from different sources such as the library’s collections, databases, websites, bookstores, the instructor's reference manager, and Open Educational Resource repositories.

Instructors can create their own reading lists through the Reading List Service web app, called Leganto, and send it directly to Libraries and Cultural Resources for library and copyright review. It’s a great way to provide easy access for students to their course materials and readings directly within D2L.

View the Reading List Service Guide to learn more

Open Course Materials Matching Service Licence