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OER Repositories List : A - K
Includes over 1,500 video lectures from MIT, Stanford, Berkeley, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale; a comprehensive collection of free online college courses.
Applied Math & Science Education Repository
Although math and science are in the title, this repository of online educational content offers resources in a variety of other disciplines, too, including vocational education and health.
Commonwealth of Learning
Hosted by the Government of Canada and headquartered in Vancouver, the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) helps developing Commonwealth countries increase their access to learning by using distance education and appropriate technologies. Some course materials are available.
Helping to equalize access to education globally, Curriki makes world-class learning materials freely available to educators, students, and parents around the world.
Home of the U.S. government's open data.
Digital Commons Network
This repository brings together free, full-text scholarly articles from hundreds of universities and colleges worldwide.
Galileo (GeorgiA LIbrary LEarning Online)
This website is an online information initiative of the University System of Georgia, which includes a repository of open textbooks and ancillary materials.
This system from the Government Publishing Office (GPO) provides free online access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government.
Serving the international academic community since 1999, iBerry is a non-profit website connecting information and resources to learners, educators, researchers and anyone else with an interest in higher education.
"... [A] constantly growing collection of Web pages and other forms of digital content ... freely available to researchers, historians, scholars, and others ... for purposes of benefit to the public."
Participating educational and cultural institutions number in the thousands and make varying degrees of content freely available—from one-off video or audio lectures to full-blown courses complete with syllabi, lecture notes, iBook textbooks, quizzes, and more.
A widely popular example of open educational resources, the Khan Academy offers tutorials primarily in mathematics and science but has expanded to include other subject areas.
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