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  • Google Arts & Culture

    Google Arts & Culture

    Google Arts & Culture (formerly Google Art Project) is an online platform through which the public can access high-resolution images of artworks housed in the initiative’s partner museums. The project was launched on 1 February 2011 by Google, in cooperation with 17 international museums, including the Tate Gallery, London; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New…

  • Open-NYS


    Open-NYS is the collaboration of the State University of New York (SUNY) and the City University of New York (CUNY) to provide support for the implementation of Open Educational Resources (OER) across both systems.   Open NYS   Getting Started with Open Resources – Guide to help educators adopt, adapt and build open resources for…

  • Pinterest


    Pinterest is a web and mobile application startup that operates a software system designed to discover information on the World Wide Web, mainly utilizing images and on a shorter scale, GIFs and videos.   Pinterest   The Atlantic – What is Pinterest? – A magazine article that defines what Pinterest is and how it has…

  • Coursera


    Perhaps the best-known provider of online MOOCs, Coursera describes itself as providing “universal access to the world s best education, partnering with top universities and organizations to offer courses online.” While courses are mostly free or low-cost, students must pay to secure a certificate of completion. Students can even complete degrees online via Coursera and…

  • Udacity


    Udacity’s tagline reads: “where lifelong learners come to learn the skills they need, to land the jobs they want, to build the lives they deserve.” While Udacity offers many university-style MOOCs, this for-profit site is now oriented towards vocational education, offering courses and nanodegrees in technological fields.   Udacity Keywords: Open Educational Resources (OER) &…

  • Canvas Network

    Canvas Network

    Canvas Network provides an open platform where “teachers, students, and institutions worldwide can connect and plan their own course for personal growth, professional development and academic inquiry.” Learners can choose between enrolling in a MOOC or courses that have enrollment caps. Canvas does not award certificates or degrees although many partnering institutions do. The Canvas…

  • Edorble Academy

    Edorble Academy

    Edorble helps teachers, trainers, and students create, publish, and use collaborative 3D + Virtual Reality worlds. Edorble is a virtual world for education and a learning community for those interested in 3D/VR technology, online learning, education technology, gamification, and more.   Edorble   Keywords: Flipped Learning, Presentations

  • Open SUNY Textbooks

    Open SUNY Textbooks

    A publishing model to support faculty adoption, remixing, and creation of open educational resources.   Open SUNY Textbooks   Information for Faculty – Information page for faculty who wish to implement OERs into their courses. Learn to navigate the Open SUNY Textbooks page and catalog.   Keywords: Open Educational Resources (OER) & Open Access

  • SUNY OER Course Development Support

    SUNY OER Course Development Support

    SUNY OER Services is a well-organized collection of resources for courses in many disciplines with several subjects specialized within each. Each link provides a section for SUNY resources, where available, and another for Additional Offerings. The site is growing with resources being added regularly. Select your topic of interest to reach the individual support page for…

  • MERLOT II (including Merlot OER & Content Builder)

    MERLOT II (including Merlot OER & Content Builder)

    A program of the California State University System partnering with education institutions, professional societies, and industry to bring together a curated collection of free and open online teaching, learning, and faculty development services contributed and used by an international education community. Each resource has been reviewed by faculty familiar with the discipline and rated by…

  • OER Commons

    OER Commons

    OER Commons provides a single point of access from which users can search, browse, and evaluate resources in OER Commons growing collection of over 50,000 high-quality OER. They include game-based learning objects, videos, full courses, and adult education materials. Some of the disciplines covered are communication, history, career training, anthropology, and economics. The site is a…

  • OpenStax College

    OpenStax College

    Publishes a collection of peer-reviewed, freely available online textbooks. It is an initiative of Rice University. They have a limited number of disciplines covered, but there is a gold mine of supplemental resources linked under each.   OpenStax   OpenStax Support – Resource page to get started in using the platform or find help from…

  • Open Textbook Library

    Open Textbook Library

    A repository hosted by the University of Minnesota to provide access to complete textbooks licensed so teachers and students can freely use, adapt, and distribute the material. They cover a variety of disciplines including law, business, mathematics, and the natural sciences.   Open Textbook Library   Frequently Asked Questions – There are many ways you…

  • Google Search Advanced Feature

    Google Search Advanced Feature

    Google can be helpful in finding reusable resources. It explains how to use their advanced search features and explains various types of usage rights.   Google Search Advanced Feature   Google Guide making searching even easier – More information about how to use this tool – with examples.   Keywords: Audio, Copyright, Creative Commons, Digital…

  • Evernote


    A cross-platform app designed for note taking, organizing, and archiving. The app allows users to create a “note” which can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten “ink” note. Notes can be tagged or placed into Notebooks for organizational purposes.   Evernote   Evernote…

  • ProProfs


    ProProfs’ delightfully smart tools are used by millions of users each month. The site hosts more than 1,000,000 pages of content in 70+ languages and is a leading platform for online training and assessment with the world’s largest library of professional tests & quizzes. ProProfs products, including Quiz, Survey, Learning Management System, Knowledge Base, Chat,…

  • Wheel Decide

    Wheel Decide

    Wheel Decide provides a free spinner tool intended for decision-making, games, raffles, prize giveaways, and other miscellaneous uses. Enter your values and the Wheel Decide will randomly select from the options provided.   Wheel Decide   5 Ways to Use “Wheel Decide” – This is an article that demonstrated several ways to utilize Wheel Decide,…

  • Quizizz


    Quizizz is a game-based classroom response system you can play on any device with a web browser! Quiz creation is simple, enabling you to use your own images and text, or even reuse public quizzes. Students can answer at their own pace and watch their data appear on the main screen from where the quiz…

  • FlipQuiz


    FlipQuiz provides educators with a quick way to create your own gameshow-style boards for test reviews in the classroom. With FlipQuiz, questions are displayed on-screen and boards are saved for later use. Combined with a beautiful board, students are more likely to be interested and stay engaged with the test review process.   FlipQuiz  …

  • Practical Guide to Meaningful Gamification

    Practical Guide to Meaningful Gamification

    This guide is an Open Educational Resource (OER) offered by a research group at the University at Buffalo. The guide provides educators with the tools necessary to develop their own meaningful, gamified learning activities.   Practical Guide to Meaningful Gamification   Keywords: Gamification

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