This online repository - an initiative by California State University - facilitates access to a rich spectrum of learning materials, including animations, assignments, online courses, quizzes and textbooks.
A project created by Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME). Most resources in the Library adhere to principles of Open Educational Resource (OER) access. Includes lesson plans, diagrams, lecture notes, and many others.
Developed by State University of New York at Geneseo, this platform eases discovery of open contents from various sources via a one-stop search. University materials such as videos, books, course materials and audiobooks are retrievable here.
Funded by British Columbia (BC)'s Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, BCcampus aims to share OERs in the BC Open Textbook Collection. Indications are given to those who are faculty reviewed, adopted by instructors or include added components such as quizzes.
As part of the United States National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) is responsible for managing databases such as PubMed. NCBI Bookshelf enables discoverability to free online books and documents in life science and healthcare.
This platform caters to a myriad of disciplines, among which biology students enjoy free access to peer-reviewed textbooks on (i) Biology, (ii) Concepts of Biology and (iii) Microbiology. An education initiative by Rice University.
This is a focal point for Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) published course contents. This includes lecture notes and assignments of past courses attended by MIT undergraduates and graduates.
This media file repository features restriction-free microscopic and macroscopic images/video clips of each microscopic specimen taken at a range of magnifications. Created by members of Berkshire Community College.
Supported by University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, this portal hosts a large archive of medical images of cancer accessible for public download. Supporting data related to the images are also provided when available.
Enhance your learning experience through a variety of open-source simulations listed here. These programmes (written in Java, Flash or HTML5) can be run online or downloaded to your computer. Website hosted by University of Colorado.
Created by a Working Group at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this database is designed as an electronic gateway to CDC's pictures. Images are either public domain or copyright-protected.
The SERPENT Project (Scientific and Environmental ROV Partnership using Existing iNdustrial Technology) utilizes Remotely Operated Vehicles to ease data accessibility for deep-sea research. Developed by University of Southampton, the Archive contains images and video footage gathered throughout the Project.