I had heard about OERs before this module. I learned of Creative Commons (CC) several years ago and have been using CC images and videos in my online research guides (example) — though not using the proper attribution, I’ve learned. In addition, I sit in close proximity to the Scholarly Communications Office folks here in the library and they are always talking about Open Access, CC, etc. and trying to get faculty members to add their publications to our own instance open source publications, OpenEmory. I was also part of a group of librarians who formed a kind of MOOC interest subgroup to discuss the library role in Emory’s MOOCs which so far has been pretty much consultations about copyright! But of course we discussed OERs a LOT in that group, since MOOCs are completely reliant on such materials.
Online Emory classes given for students paying tuition however, are able to make use of library resources and are not solely reliant on OERs. Don’t forget that folks!!
MERLOT has loads of OERs for information literacy. I found an InfoLit tutorial for nursing students! And even an entire one-credit information research skills course for graduate students at ACTS seminaries.
I also use the Creative Commons website and Youtube (where I limit to CC licensed stuff). There are tons of library-related videos, including on of my favorites: Using Wikipedia for Academic Research — no, really!