An open access resource for faculty and librarians that is intended to be a collaborative space for adapting and experimenting with research assignments and sharing the success or lessons learned so that others may benefit.
Created by California State University in 1997, the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching contains tens of thousands of discipline-specific learning materials, learning exercises, and content builders.
Browse for discipline-specific resources by clicking on the communities tab.
The OER Commons is a single search source that pulls from multiple OER collections, including MERLOT and Connexions. It is a great first step in an OER search, but often more results can be found by searching the specific collection.
It is a supported by ISKME (the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education).
Created by Rice University, contains tens of thousands of learning objects including lectures and assignments. These resources can work in cooperation with OpenStax textbooks or independently. CNX also allows for content creation and storage.
A non-profit organization sponsored by the Saylor Foundation that brings "freely available education to all." Founded in 1999 by Michael Saylor, they have created online courses curated from open content found on the Web. The courses are marketed toward students who just want to learn, and are working on some methods for offering credentials. Saylor is a great site to start your search for OER by subject.
"a knowledge hub that eases a public and multilingual catalog of Open Educational Resources (OER) which aims to support the education community to find those resources and materials that meet their needs for teaching and learning through a specialized and collaborative search system and social tools."