Founded in 2007, the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) aims "to promote the awareness and adoption of open education to enhance teaching and learning at community and technical colleges." Here, readers can learn about the benefits of open educational resources (OER) for both students and educators, and interested instructors will find tips on sourcing, adopting, and creating OER under the Learn tab. Faculty and administrators considering adopting OER on a larger scale should check out the Plan tab, where they will find planning guides for institutions and faculty, as well as a guide to integrating students' perspectives into the planning process. For institutions that may be considering going even further with OER, the website also features a section addressing OER-based degrees, including case studies from 16 community and technical colleges. Finally, under the Get Involved tab, readers will find CCCOER's community email group (which has searchable archives) as well as their upcoming and archived webinars. A member of the global Open Education Consortium (featured in the 3-01-2019 Scout Report), as of this write-up CCCOER boasts 83 member colleges in 34 U.S. states and is directed by Una Daly.