MIT has done it again. After the MIT courseware and open source courses online, now it has created a space for researchers on Dspace which was “built to save, share, and search MIT’s digital research materials”. It even has theses collections. That is a fantastic resource.
Here are some more resources:
- Sofia from Gavilan College
- Connexions: where you can gather modules and compile a course. It also has open textbooks.
- Merlot: a repository of materials, animation, research and everything you need to build a course
- Open Michigan
- Dash: Harvard’s open repository
- Open courseware search engine
Publishing venues and open online journals:
- JOLT: Journal of Online Teaching and Learning
- Virtual Center for Online Learning and Research.
- The Journal of Visualized Experiments [JOVE] [medical and sciences oriented]
- PLOS [Public Library of Science]. Submit research and it is peer reviewed.
- IJLM International Journal of Learning and Media. MIT
- Vectors University of CA.
- Center for History and New Media. It also has several projects, one of them is Project Zotera [to help save and organize your bibliography]. Another is providing digital tools for research, and a third for online curricula. It even has a search tool called Syllabus Finder!