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In this edition Catherine Bruen, manager of The National
Digital Learning Resources
(NDLR) service has compiled some useful sources of freely available Open Educational Resources (OER) that can be used in your teaching.
OER are educational materials and resources offered freely and
openly for anyone to use, and under some licenses to re-mix, improve and
redistribute. OER may include:
The NDLR is a HEA funded service that supports the sharing of
learning and teaching resources through subject discipline networks.
Through the NDLR service you can find, share and discuss learning and
teaching resources, shared by the Irish Higher Education community.
A collection of openly available and free online courses and
Free access to the Open University’s course
Free, searchable access to MIT’s course materials.
A space for collaboratively developing, freely sharing, and rapidly publishing scholarly content on the Web to provide educational materials.
Collection of open access textbooks.
Online database of learning content compiled by searching across a number of open content repositories.
Access to thousands of educational resources found on various federal, state, university, nonprofit, and commercial Internet sites.
Aims to be a central site for the collaborative development of
research on the use of OERs, and planning of educational projects that