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Open Educational Resources
MERLOT, which stands for Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching) is a curated collection of free and open online resources that can be used for teaching, learning, and faculty development.
OER Commons can be used to search for open educational resources by type of material, general subject and "grade level" (Pre-School through College and beyond) and narrow searches by even more criteria. It provides access to over 50,000 open educational resources.
National Science Digital Library
The National Science Digital Library, which is part of the OER Commons, provides information about online educational resources with an emphasis on sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It can be used to find information by type of resource or grade level.
The Orange Grove (State of Florida)
The Orange Grove is a state repository for instructional resources for all grade levels. It can be used to share and search for educational resources by subject that have been identified by educators. It also contains resources that have been contributed by other educators. The site contains materials for a number of grade levels, including higher education resources.
Open Course Library
Funded by the Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges (SBCTC) grant, this OER repository contains a wealth of shareable course materials, such as syallabi, activities, readings, and assessments. Materials are organized by course.