Resource: Links to OER repositories

All your OER repositories in one place

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Rebecca Galley
18 September 2009

This cloud aims to aggregate links to useful OER repositories. Please add any that you come across - where appropriate please detail the subject area and age/ level targeted by the repository.

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There is an overlapping area of open access repositories which contains scholarly output. In amongst these resources there are resources which have been reversioned into teaching resources. And of course the scholarly resources themselves can be used for teaching. OPEN DOAR (http://www.opendoar.org/index.html), the directory of open access resources, provides "learning objects" as a possible search choice.

Laura Czerniewicz
11:09 on 21 September 2009

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Rebecca Galley
9:57am 18 September 2009 (Edited 10:02am 18 September 2009)


LSIS Teaching and Learning Gateway Subject Library.

Resources (including videos, activity ideas, interactive games etc) for FE teachers in the following subject areas:

  • Business
  • Construction
  • Creative and media
  • E-guides
  • Engineering
  • Foundation Learning
  • IT
  • Land based
  • Modern foreign languages
  • Maths
  • Health and social care
  • Adult Learning

Giota Alevizou
7:26pm 18 September 2009 (Edited 2:08pm 22 March 2010)


CKAN is a registry of open data and content packages. Not and OER as such, but a repository of sharebale and reuse-able open content and data, especially in ways that are machine automatable.

Irma Pianucci
10:30am 21 September 2009 (Edited 9:03am 18 November 2009)


OER Commons is a repository for primary, secondary and post-secondary. Cover differents subjetc areas. Have a search option where you can select de subject, the level and the type of material you need.

Nick Sheppard
11:14am 21 September 2009 (Edited 2:11pm 22 March 2010)


My link above doesn't work and I can't delete!  This should be an RSS feed of our OERs at Leeds met:

 

John Robertson
11:31am 21 September 2009


Hi, a quik note that the UKOER projects are run jointly by JISC and the Hgiher Education Academy

Rebecca Galley
12:30pm 21 September 2009


@Nick I had a go too and could get it to work as a link - weird. I've deleted it for you tho. Thanks for adding.

Gráinne Conole
12:37pm 21 September 2009


Hmmm weird one Nick - we'll look into it, Juliette off on a well earned holiday this week.

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