Learning Objects

Learning Objects sources include wikis, lesson plans, short videos, software, and other tools. Each source offers different search capabilities and conditions of use vary.

SourceDescription
Large collection of OER supported by ISKME
UC Davis Chemistry textbook on a Wiki platform
Hosted by the California State University System, one of the oldest sources (1997) of OER
DocsTeachA searchable source of digitized primary sources held in the U.S. National Archives
Boundless creates texts based on Creative Commons licensed material. The supporting materials, e.g. quizzes, lesson plans, are licensed as a subscription service.
A rich and growing source of Open Access video, images, texts, web ephemera--invaluable resource for all instruction areas
The National Science Digital Library is a catalog of instructional materials for many levels of student; project funded by the National Science Foundation, maintained by UCAR staff
Developed as an open source answer to Pearson's MyMathLab.
Growing collection of open online courses with supporting materials in STEM, as well as language and social science.
Lumen Learning is a non-profit company producing open courses. To access the modules a free account with Canvas is needed.
Open Physics educational resources; supported by NSDL.
The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science at the University at Buffalo supports the development of case teaching in the sciences.
Advanced Distributed Learning of the Department of Defense hosts a Creative Commons licensed repository of 3D models
Started by ADL this repository is a rich source of learning objects with Creative Commons licensing.
Mathematics Commons hosts instructional materials for primary to post-secondary courses.