The Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) "support[s] faculty, staff, and administrators in finding, adopting, and developing high-quality open educational resources to enhance student learning outcomes in courses and entire degree pathways." As the world adapted to increased online learning this year, CCCOER was at the forefront of the transition, drawing on their expertise to guide educators. Their summer OER Tutorials series, a five-week webinar program for open educational resources beginners, is a great example of these efforts. Designed for instructors and support staff, the program tackled best practices "for student-centered instruction in fully online courses or face-to-face courses, augmented with online components," creative commons basics, and how to select trustworthy and accessible classroom resources, among other key topics. Readers who missed the live presentations will find recordings, slides, and resources from each at the link above. Additionally, a plethora of other open educational resources can be found on other sections of the CCCOER's website (readers may remember seeing the full site featured in the 07-12-2019 Scout Report).