The term open source describes practices in production and development that promote access to the end product's source materials. It denotes software that can be used, redistributed, or rewritten free of charge; it is usually created by volunteers.
funded by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. This collection of sixteen educational non-profit and for-profit organizations, affiliated with more than 200 colleges, is focused on driving awareness and adoptions of open textbooks to more than 2000 community and other two-year colleges.
The primary goal of the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources is to identify, create and/or repurpose existing OER as Open Textbooks and make them available for use by community college students and faculty.
Curriki is more than your average website; we're a community of educators, learners and committed education experts who are working together to create quality materials that will benefit teachers and students around the world.
MERLOT is a "curated collection of free and open online teaching, learning, and faculty development services contributed and used by an international education community" from the Multimedia Education Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (a program of the California State University System).
digitalculturebooks content is available to view for free online and for purchase in print and ebook format. digitalculturebooks titles are typically produced under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Creative Commons (CC) License that allows for specific, noncommercial use; all our titles under CC License have a notice posted on the title information page to notify users. We have encouraged our authors to make their work available via this Creative Commons license both to simpli
From the Creative Commons Wiki. This partial list of Open Educational Resources (OERs) includes content such as: digital learning objects, digital library collection, textbooks, encyclopedias, dictionaries, course materials, and more.