Open Educational Resources
The first collection of free online college courses from the world’s top universities.
Content on a wide range of topics from science and engineering to computer programming, all from a personalized learning dashboard that enables them to study at their own pace.
MIT’s Open CourseWare
Valuable teaching materials such as images, lecture slides, and videos from MITs leading researchers in the OCW resource library.
The portal allows you to search for open educational resources in a variety of types, educational levels, and subject areas.
Based at Rice University, OpenStax is an educational initiative that provides students with free online access to high-quality peer-reviewed textbooks
Face-to-face class, online, or hybrid. Evidence-based learning science.
It’s a great place to find free cultural and educational media related to movies, language, literature, and more.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) first announced that it would be making its course materials freely available online. Back in 2001, the idea that university-level content could be accessed at no cost by users anywhere in the world was virtually unheard of, and the MIT OpenCourseWare initiative was a major driver in the Open Educational Resources (OER) movement.