The library has many resources that can be used in your courses. These are not open education resources but are part of our library subscriptions.
Databases with full text articles. Each article has a permalink. Share the permalink with your students.
Ebook collections We have several ebook collections with hundreds of thousands of books via Wolfgram library.
Predatory Open Access Journals exist for the sole purpose of profit, not the dissemination of high-quality research findings and furtherance of knowledge. These predators generate profits by charging author fees, also known as article processing charges (APCs), that far exceed the cost of running their low-quality, fly-by-night operations.
Charging a fee is not itself a marker of a predatory publisher: many reputable OA journals use APCs to cover costs, especially in fields where research is often funded by grants. (Many subscription-based journals also charge authors fees, sometimes per page or illustration.) However, predatory journals are primarily fee-collecting operations—they exist for that purpose and only incidentally publish articles, generally without rigorous peer review, despite claims to the contrary."
DOAJ is considered a Open Access Journal whitelist, listing journals it has vetted and found to be of good quality.
Beall's List lists OA journals it deems "Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers.
From ACRL/ Academic and College Research Libraries: Beyond Beall’s List: Better understanding predatory publishers