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OER Repositories and OER materials
AMSER: Applied Math and Science Education Repository
Math and Science OER repository specifically for community and technical colleges; funded by the National Science Foundation as part of the National Science Digital Library.
This site is filled with resources from the British Broadcasting Corporation. It includes videos, tutorials, lessons, online courses and more in a variet of topics.
This is a space to find, create and share learning modules. With almost 20,000 modules in all types of disciplines, this resources has a little bit of everything. It's primary focus is etexts available in compatible formats for most devices.
CORE: Humanities Commons
The Commons Open Repository Exchange (CORE) is a full-text, interdisciplinary, non-profit repository of open access materials in the Humanities.
Are you interested in teaching your students digital literacy skills, such as basic computer skills or more advanced website development skills? The Federal government has set up this sight that allows various government agencies and private corporations to contribute lessons and information to enhance digital literacy skills.
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.
Mason OER Metafinder
The Mason OER Metafinder searches sixteen targets in real-time, instantly returning the top several hundred or so relevant hits from each site.
MERLOT stands for Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching. This resource has thousands of materials, including lesson plans, activities, tutorials and more. Create a username and login to keep track of your favorites.
Bringing together many of the resources that you will find in this site, as well as other resources not mentioned here, OER Commons makes it easy to search for OERs of all types, including: Assessments, Audio Lectures, Readings, Textbooks, and more!
This site was created by the UK's Open University. The primary subject areas include: Body & Mind, Education, History & the Arts, Languages, Money & Management, Nature & Environment, Science, Maths & Technology, and Society. The materials are made up of articles, videos, lessons, flashcards and more.
Open Research Online
Journal articles, books, theses, and conference papers, and other published research from Open University, a UK based distance learning institution.
Shareable Online Learning Resources (SOL*R) is a service provided by BCampus to allow educators free online learning resources from a wide variety of disciplines.
OER Tutorial Resources
Introduction to OER by Judy Baker
Take this open, self-paced, introductory course on adopting open educational content in your teaching. The course provides an overview of the open educational resources (OER) movement and available tools.
This material is provided through OpenStax and is available through a Creative Commons License.