OpenCourseWare Consortium Courses provide high quality interdisciplinary planning and evaluation tools, as well as content, for college and university level courses. The Consortium site allows you to search and browse via subject, language and source of courseware (participating institution).
The Open University's Learning Space provides materials for over 600 of the University's courses covering a wide range of interdisciplinary material. This includes: Arts and Humanities, Business and Management, Engineering and Technology, Health and Social Care, among others.
iTunes U is Apple's new foray in OpenCourseWare. To use this you must have an Apple device and the iTunes U application. iTunes U currently hosts more than 500 000 lectures, books, and videos, along with materials from Stanford, Yale, Oxford, MoMa and more.
FADIS is learning management and courseware system developed for image based teaching of art and architecture. The goal of FADIS is the creation of a freely available common repository and delivery system for education and research available to contributing institutions.
TBYResources contains a variety of open multimedia, web 2.0, digital literacy and education content resources. It also contains class resources divided by subjects including: math, science, English, drama, history and so on.
The Open Syllabus Project is an effort to make the intellectual judgment embedded in syllabi relevant to broader explorations of teaching, publishing, and intellectual history. The project has collected over one million syllabi, has extracted citations and other metadata from them, and is now pleased to make the Syllabus Explorer publicly available as a means of exploring this corpus.
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