The Orange Grove repository, is Florida's digital repository for instructional resources. The repository provides an environment for educators to search for, use, remix, share, and contribute educational resources. The repository can also be integrated with your Learning Management Systems (e.g., Blackboard, Desire 2 Learn, Canvas) . Discover, contribute, and import repository resources directly from your LMS. You can also find our customer story from EQUELLA.
The diverse collections available for searching contain a wide range of resources, including open textbooks. Resources are free for educational use but may be protected through various copyright statements associated with each resource.
Collections Open to the Public- Orange Grove- Open Textbooks - Harvested Resources
Institution collections are managed by a designated representative. Some content may be offered to the public, the state of Florida, or may be limited to the collection members.
Please let us know if you are currently using or plan to adopt an open textbook or are interested in learning more about authoring or sharing an open textbook.
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* CONTRIBUTOR ACCOUNT - Florida Higher Education: Florida public higher education faculty and staff may request a member account to contribute resources and access to additional resources licensed for Florida.
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FLORIDA K-12 EDUCATORS AND GUESTS: Florida K-12 educators, educators outside of Florida, and guest are welcome to contribute resources. To submit a resource for consideration, please enter information about the resource you would like to share with the public into the Suggest a Resource form .
The default copyright notice for contributed resources is the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License. However, contributors may assign an alternative copyright license to their original work.
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