Offers an extensive collection of online learning materials, all of which are peer reviewed and rated by 15 discipline-specific editorial boards including biology, business, history, music, psychology, world languages, and information technology.
Faculty at Saylor compile open educational material from across the web into courses that are modeled after those taught in universities. Saylor's search feature is a quick way to highlight resources that contain a specific topic.
Offer a comprehensive collection of free online courses from the world's top universities and online learning tools on different subjects. Users can create their own playlist for different online learning videos.
Taking the iTunes U courses, students can play video or audio lectures and take notes that are synchronized with the lecture. They can read books and view presentations. See a list of all the assignments for the course and check them off as they’re completed.
More than 1400 TED Talks are now available. Started out in 1984 as a conference to bring together people from three areas: technology, entertainment, and design. The scope has become broader since then.
The American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) encourages the adoption of open source and open access mathematics textbooks. This list has been judged by the AIM Editorial board to be suitable for use in traditional university courses.
Cornell Open is a global open access portal for both new and classic out-of-print titles in the fields of anthropology, classics, political science, literary criticism and theory, German studies, and Slavic studies.
There are more than 1,200 academic books from different publishers. The ebooks under this directory must be "available under an Open Access license (such as a Creative Commons license)" and "subjected to independent and external peer review prior to publication."
Open textbooks are complete textbooks released under a Creative Commons license. Instructors can customize open textbooks to fit their course needs by remixing, editing, and adding their own content. Students can access free digital versions or purchase low-cost print copies of open textbooks.
AMSER is funded by the National Science Foundation as part of the National Science Digital Library and a portal of educational resources and services built specifically for use by those in Community and Technical Colleges.