Although the materials here are offered for perusal and reuse under Creative Commons licence, just as they were obtained, that does not mean that adapting the materials was free of costs. It is with that in mind that Athabasca University wants to thank the Alberta Government’s generous support for this pilot project. It would also be remiss if the university did not recognize the efforts of the course production team from the university’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences: project lead Michael Dabrowski, learning designer Luis Guadarrama, multimedia web specialist Anneleise Van Dyke, editor Jonathan Leggo, and visual communication designer Ian Grivois. Additional thanks for content, editing, and testing to contributors from the University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge, MacEwan University, University of British Columbia, and the University of Victoria. A special thank you to the graduate students, undergraduate students, and members of the Canadian Hispanic community for their contribution to this project. A complete list of contributors can be found at https://www.spanoer.ca/partners.html.
This version of Spanish OER was funded in part by Alberta Innovation and Advanced Education’s Campus Alberta Open Educational Resources Initiative (ABOER).