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There are many repositories containing different types of open educational resources. Listed below are categories of resources that include open and reusable resources. These are resources that can be used in courses or from which new content can be created.
Open Textbook Repositories for Higher Education
Repositories with Broad Coverage: Openly-Licensed Digital Learning Content Adaptable for Use in Courses
Course materials and course content creation tools. Materials have been peer reviewed, rated, and license information is clearly noted.
Searchable digital content for a variety of disciplines. Training resources in authoring and adaptation of OER materials.
Digital library of resources to be adapted and used as licensed.
Open Course Repositories
Includes courses within the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
United Kingdom's Open University with 900 free courses including instruction on the creation of open and free content.
A range of course materials, videos, and lectures from the University of Michigan. Content is openly licensed for reuse under Creative Commons licenses.
University of Oxford Podcasts
A series of podcasts on a variety of topics. Content is licensed by Creative Commons licenses for remixing and sharing.
Yale University Open Courses
Courses licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 licenses.
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