A video based on the research of John Hilton on the effectiveness & perceptions of Open Educational Resources as compared to traditional textbooks.
Academic Commons is dedicated to the development of free web-based resources for academic professionals focusing on liberal arts education via digital tools.
The news aggregator showcases current developments and projects in the open education community.
Advocates for the use of Creative Commons licenses in educational materials.
A collection of colleges, governmental agencies, education non-profits, and other education-related organizations that are focused on the mission of driving the awareness and advocacy for open textbooks.
Provides training for instructors seeking to utilize open educational resources.
Funds grants for Open Educational Resources.
Provides resources and also makes their funded OER proposals publicly available.
A collaboration of more than 200 higher education institutions and associated organizations from around the world creating a broad and deep body of open educational content using a shared model.
SPARC is an international alliance of academic and research libraries working to correct imbalances in the scholarly publishing system.
This page highlights SPARC's work in supporting OER work.
Dedicated to student efforts to make textbooks more affordable.
The Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group is a student-run organization at University of Massachusetts Amherst. They seek solutions for real problems faced by students and the public.
Working on open knowledge projects, such as Open Economics and Open Shakespeare
Provides infrastructure for open knowledge projects, communities and resources. For example, we run the KnowledgeForge service and Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network
Acting at UK, European and international levels on open knowledge issues.
Running open knowledge events, such as OKCon.
Several self-guided courses on different aspects of OER such as licensing, finding, customizing, and promoting OER.