Here are some of the repositories used to discover the OER contained within this guide:
A growing selection of open textbooks for a variety of subjects and specialties. Many have been reviewed by faculty, meet accessibility requirements, and/or include supplementary materials.
Over 300 open textbooks in subjects including arts, business, health, recreation, science and social sciences.
This is eCampusOntario’s repository of openly licensed H5P content from across the province. There are currently over 1300 interactive elements available and this will continue to grow.
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.
LibreCommons hosts curated Open Educational Resources from all 14 LibreTexts libraries in one convenient location. LibreCommons, the LibreTexts Libraries, and all of our resources are accessible to everyone via the internet, completely free. We believe everyone should have access to knowledge.
This is a LibreTexts repository containing a list of openly licensed H5P that are searchable using a series of filters.
Open textbooks for math and economics; license fees for accompanying online assessments. Print-on-demand available for purchase.
A meta-search tool that simultaneously searches several large OER repositories of open educational materials.
Peer-reviewed free learning materials, exercises and webpages, and open textbooks.
A search tool for discovery of open content from 57 different sources.
A large OER repository, including textbooks. A product of the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education.
Peer-reviewed texts in science, math, social sciences. Supported by additional learning resources. Print copies available via Amazon.
Open textbooks in a variety of disciplines.
A resource for peer-reviewed academic textbooks that are free, openly licensed, and complete.
This directory provides an index of 3,305 books published(as of March 2022) across 113 Pressbooks networks. Pressbooks Directory is more powerful when paired with a PressbooksEDU Authoring & Editing Platform, which allows you to clone, revise, remix, and redistribute all of the openly licensed content found through this Directory.
Open Textbook project with over 2800 titles.
The University of Minnesota Libraries publishes journals, monographs, textbooks, and other scholarly content. All titles are accessible from this page. Unless otherwise noted our content is released under a Creative Commons license and is free to download, share, and reuse.