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Carnegie Mellon University, Open Learning Initiative
Lessons include quizzes and multiple subjects. Anyone can use the courses without registering, but work will not be saved. Instructors can set up a course for their students, which will include metrics to track their progress.
Foothill College, Sofia Open Content Initiative
This initiative promotes faculty and institutional sharing of online content.
Harvard University, Open Learning Initiative
This selection of noncredit online courses features faculty to the public for free.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School, OpenCourseWare Project
This website provides access to the most popular courses and to information about obstacles to the public's health and potential solutions. Content is organized by topic; an image library is included.
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
The Kutztown University of Pennsylvania’s Small Business Development Center offers more than 80 free business courses online. Many of the courses feature high-end graphics, interactive case studies and audio streams.
To advance knowledge and educate students worldwide, MIT offers free online materials from 2,340 courses.
Monterey Institute for Technology and Education, National Repository of Online Courses
This growing library of online courses is for students in higher education and high school. Courses include U.S. government, psychology, world religions, U.S. history, environmental science, physics, and algebra.
Notre Dame University edX (NotreDameX)
One will find here free and open educational resources for faculty, students, and self-learners throughout the world, including aerospace & mechanical engineering, energy & earth sciences, history, math, physics, political science, language & literature, and sociology.
Pennsylvania State University, OER Courseware Modules
Resources are available for reuse by teachers and learners worldwide: energy and mineral engineering, geosciences, meteorology, and earth and environmental systems.
Stanford University, Stanford Engineering Everywhere (SEE)
SEE offers popular engineering classes, lecture videos, reading lists and handouts, and quizzes and tests free of charge for students and educators around the world.
University of California (UC) - Irvine, UCI Open
Offerings are directed at working adults seeking continuing education, with access to collections, courses, materials, and lectures.
University of Michigan, Open Michigan
This extensive collection of OER ranges from course materials to videos to software tools to student work, ready for downloading and remixing.
University of Washington, OpenUW
This series of free courses includes the American Civil War, energy, Greek mythology, HTML basics, the history of jazz, Shakespeare's comedies, heroic fantasy, and World War II.
Utah State University, OpenCourseWare
This collection of educational material is used in formal campus courses but provides people around world with access to learning opportunities.
Yale University, Open Yale Courses
These lectures and other materials are from selected Yale College courses and span the full range of liberal arts disciplines, including humanities, social sciences, and physical and biological sciences.
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