You can contribute an OER created in a language other than English by submitting it here.

A note about the fields:

The Title:  put a short title that describes what the OER is about

How to List Author:  identify yourself (the submitter) or leave blank

Article Text:  add a few words or sentences about what the OER is, or why it might be interesting to know about

Additional Information:  add a link to the OER

Tags:  use a few tags that help to describe the OER – subject, language, country or region, level, type of resource:  eg. Statistics, Punjabi, India, university, undergrad, textbook


Enter the content for your writing below. You must save first and preview once before it goes into the system as a draft. After that, continue to edit, save, and preview as much as needed. Remember to click "Publish Now" when you are ready for your work to be published. If you include your email address, we can send you a link that will allow you to make changes later. Otherwise you should finish your writing and publish it in this session.
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A good title is important! Create an eye-catching title for your story, one that would make a person who sees it want to stop whatever they are doing and read it.

Publish under your name, twitter handle, secret agent name, or remain "Anonymous". If you include a twitter handle such as @billyshakespeare, when someone tweets your work you will get a lovely notification.

Use the editing area below the toolbar to write and format your writing. You can also paste formatted content here (e.g. from MS Word or Google Docs). The editing tool will do its best to preserve standard formatting--headings, bold, italic, lists, footnotes, and hypertext links. You can also embed audio and video from many social sites simply by putting the URL of the media on a blank line (you will see them embedded in previews and when saved).

See details on the formatting tools in the editing tool tips.

This information will *not* be published with your work, it is only to sent to the editor of OER in other languages.

Choose your preferred reuse option.

Save your first draft, then preview.
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