Once you've explored what OERs already exist, you may decide that no existing OERs meet your needs or could be adapted or modified to meet them. If that's the case, you may decide you'd like to create your own OER. You may also have developed an OER adaptation and are looking to publish it. This page provides links to workflows, publishing guides, and publishing tools that you can use.
To ensure the quality of your OER, you may decide to invite a colleague or other subject matter expert to review your OER. Or, you might decide to test your textbook in the classroom and gather student feedback to determine how it could be improved.
Things to consider:
Below are a number of OER publishing tools. When choosing one, it's important to consider how you hope others, including your students or other instutitions, will discover your work.