This workshop will introduce concepts, terminology, and interaction models around open Education Resources (OER), which are teaching and learning materials that are freely available online for everyone to use. These include: syllabi, lectures, homework assignments, teaching and learning strategies, simulations, and other types of resources contained in online collections from around the world. The emergence of OER signals the growing trend toward openness for teaching and learning materials, and a movement away from proprietary materials, tools, databases, and software systems. Re-use and adaptation of OER by educators bring new potential to support individualized teaching and learning, personalized networked services, and collaborative innovation across institutions and academic disciplines. In addition to presenting the growing trends in the use and re-use of open content, this workshop will address pragmatic considerations for instructors to incorporate OER in the classroom and the emerging options for individualizing teaching and learning materials. This workshop will also introduce OER Commons, a teacher knowledge management system created for educators to engage with open educational materials.