Open Education Resources (OERs) are teaching and learning materials placed on the Internet for public use. OERs can be:
Amazon Inspire allows educators to discover, download, curate and share Open Educational Resources (OER).
Hippocampus is a free, core academic web site that delivers multimedia content--videos, animations, and simulations--on general education subjects.
Florida's ORANGE GROVE contains openly available instructional resources for Florida's educators.
OER Commons contains learning objects organized by subject, education level, and common standard.
NROC is a community-guided non-profit organization focused on college and career readiness. Offers Math and English courses.
Bookboon.com - contains free textbooks, mainly business topics.
College Open Textbooks - provides training for instructors adopting open resources, peer reviews of open textbooks, and mentoring online professional networks that provide support to authors who open their resources.
Flat World Knowledge - the world's largest publisher of free and open college textbooks.
MIT OpenCourseware - open textbooks for science and engineering disciplines.
Noba - psychology textbooks.
OpenStax College - provides free college textbooks. Hosted by Rice University.
Saylor.org - provides free textbooks along with free courses.
TextbookRevolution - use it to locate free textbooks and courses.
University of Minnesota Open Academics - contains post-secondary textbooks.
WikiBooks - the open-content textbooks collection that anyone can edit.