FLOSS Manuals – free manuals for free software
Free Technology Academy – offers an online master level programme with course modules about Free Technologies.
JISC content – This website provides an introduction to digital collections designed for education. They are mainly aimed at university students, researchers and librarians but many of the online archives are open to anyone. The collections cover areas such as history, social sciences, or science and engineering and include, for example, journals, newspapers and images.
Jorum – This is a JISC funded Service for UK Further and Higher Education, to collect and share Open Educational Resources (OER), allowing their reuse and re-purposing.
Khan Academy – provides free education through a library of videos covering K-12 math, science topics such as biology, chemistry, and physics, and even reaches into the humanities with playlists on finance and history.
KNOU OER – An OER collection of Korea National Open University, mostly in Korean language.
Merlot – Categories supported are Academic Support Services, Arts, Business, Education, Humanities, Mathematics and Statistics, Science and Technology, Social Sciences and Workforce Development. It is a program of the California State University providing free and open resource designed primarily for higher education.
Opensource Opencourseware Prototype System (OOPS) MyOOPS開放式課程 – This website contains open source open courseware and OERs translated into Chinese by thousand of volunteers. The courses translated are from MIT Open Courseware, John Hopkins Bloomerg School of Public Health (JHSPH), Utah State University (USU), Phase Transformations and Complex Properties Research Group Database of Dr. Harry Bhadeshia, Professor, University of Cambridge and Royal Society Fellow, Japan OCW Alliance- including Keio University, Kyoto University, Tokyo Institute of Technology, the University of Tokyo and Waseda University, OpenCourseware of Tufts University, MIT WORLD — Over 300 speeches from MITs video archives.
NanoHub.org - created by the NSF-funded Network for Computational Nanotechnology, provides over 1600 open teaching and learning resources: online presentations; course material; learning modules; podcasts; simulation tools.
OER Commons – Worldwide learning network of shared teaching and learning materials. Subject areas including: Arts, Business, Humanities, Mathematics and Statistics, Science and Technology, Social Sciences. Support materials for primary, secondary and post-secondary.
Open Education Europa – The gateway to European OER.
SOL*R – some B.C.-based projects and resources funded by BCcampus.
Swinburne Commons – Swinburne Commons draws together quality learning objects and media from across the University. Contributed items can be easily re-used within the University, or optionally made open access to highlight the research strengths, teaching excellence and unique aspects of Swinburne.
Thailand Cyber University Project – There are more than 600 self-paced learning courses free of charge provided in Thai Language.
The Open Learning Initiative – offers two ways to use our course materials. Open and Free courses are designed for individual learners and academic versions are designed to be used by classes led by an instructor.
University of Leeds’ Open Window – Collaboration with Jorum providing resources on Engineering, Sciences, Languages, Teaching and Learning, Health and Medicine, Media and Communications, Arts and Architecture.
Vietnam Open Educational Resources (VOER) – more than 20 thousand modules can be found in Vietnamese and English.
Xpert – contains metadata and resources for almost 150,000 learning objects from over 8000 providers.
National Repository of Open Educational Resources (India) – Initiated by the Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and the Central Institute of Educational Technology, National Council of Educational Research and Training, the Repository belongs to all of us. Anyone can participate in, contribute, curate and organise resources and activities, growing it to reach every teacher and every student in all languages.
BurningWell – This is a repository for public domain (free for any use) images. You are free to download, copy and use the photos you find here for any purpose. These free images were donated by photographers from around the world.
Every Stock Photo – is a search engine for free photos. These come from many sources and are license-specific.
Flickr The Commons – shared hidden treasures from the world’s public photography archives.
Free Images – a high quality resource of digital stock photographic images for use by all. All images in the collection are free to use on websites, printed materials and for illustration and design use.
FreeFoto.com – the largest collections of free photographs on the Internet.
Freerange Stock – This website provides quality stock photos for commercial and non-commercial use. For free.
JISC MediaHub – brings together resources from wide range of collections. Some of these are licensed for educational use by JISC Collections, some are made available by other providers.
Karen's Whimsy Public Domain Images – Contains hundreds of beautiful images gleaned from her collection of old books, magazines, and postcards. They are all from material printed prior to 1923 and are in the public domain.
Photo Pin – Search millions of creative commons photos from Flickr.
Pixabay – A repository for stunning public domain pictures. Your source for free vectors, free drawings and free photos.
Public-domain-photos – All photos on this web site are public domain.
Wellcome Images – All images in the website are available free for use in low resolution with terms and conditions.
Wikimedia Commons – A database of 20 thousand freely useable media files to which anyone can contribute.