Here are some of the repositories used to discover the OER contained within this guide:
eCampusOntario Open Library
Over 600 open textbooks and other open resources in top subject areas including arts, business, health, recreation, science and social sciences.
Founded in 2008, LibreTexts is a leading, non-commercial open textbook organization for higher education. In Oct. 2018, the U.S. Dept. of Education awarded LibreTexts $5 million over 3 years to expand its collection of primary source textbooks and supplemental learning resources.
Open textbooks for math and economics; license fees for accompanying online assessments. Print-on-demand available for purchase.
Mason OER Metafinder
A meta-search tool that simultaneously searches several large OER repositories of open educational materials.
This collection contains over 96,000 discipline-specific, peer-reviewed free learning materials. Materials are categorized in 22 different types, including assessment tools, quizzes, open textbooks and presentations.
- Milne Open Textbooks A catalogue of open textbooks authored and peer-reviewed by SUNY faculty and staff.
- OASIS (Openly Available Sources Integrated Search)
A search tool for discovery of open content from 114 different sources. Search by content type such as full textbooks, course materials, and interactive simulations, or browse by subject using Advanced Search.