Business Math

Introduction

We’re so glad that you’re working to expand the wide world of OER Business Math materials.

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Lumen Courses

Lumen offers several template courses that can serve as starting points for your own development. You can mix, match, and adapt anything from the courses below quite easily.

These math courses are supported by Lumen Learning’s Online Homework Manager (OHM), an online OER homework system that provides algorithmically-generated problems and immediate feedback to help students practice and master math concepts.

When you click the link for full OHM courses or question sets, please use guest as the username, no password is required.

Finite Math/ Business Precalculus

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Finite Math – Lumen Learning
Business Precalculus – Lippman

Business Calculus

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Business Calculus – Calaway/Hoffman/ Lippman Full OHM course, handouts and other course resources, video support, online homework
  • Text material created by Shana Calaway, Dale Hoffman, and David Lippman, released under the Creative Commons Attribution license.
  • Online exercises created by faculty around Washington State and around the country.
  • Videos, most created by James Sousa.

Business Statistics

Although these resources weren’t created with Business in the forefront, they have been used and adapted by others as Business Stats. course materials.

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Lumen Learning – OpenStax, easily editable OHM question sets Topics covered include, classification of data, graphing data, common distributions used in statistical analysis, independence testing and ANOVA.
OpenStax, not easily editable Full MOM course, simulations, video support, online homework, discussion boards This work by Matthew Watts is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. It includes parts of Introductory Statistics by Susan Dean and Barbara Illowsky and produced by OpenStax College and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. It also includes videos attributed to Susan Dean and Barbara Illowsky and OpenStax-CNX and licensed under a Creative Commons 2.0 License

If you’d like to utilize any of the above resources in your own classroom, you’re welcome to

  • link directly to them in your learning management system (LMS)
  • copy and paste these materials into any format you’d like (a page in your LMS or a Word document, etc.). Include the copyright information and attribute the source as needed
  • print out materials and distribute them in your classroom. Include the copyright information and attribute the source as needed
  • talk with SUNY OER Services about integrating them into your LMS
  • talk with SUNY OER Services about collecting them in a bound, printed version to provide through your campus bookstore
The timeline for these last two options can vary, and will be discussed as part of your consultation with SUNY OER Services. Get started with consultation services here.