Provides videos of hundreds of college instructors giving a semester's worth of lectures on topics in the humanities, social sciences, art, business, math, science, and law. Videos are easily broken up and segmented for adaptation.
The famous Kahn Academy offers mostly short videos (thousands of them), but also some exercises on a wide variety of topics. Instructors who set up a class profile can also track and evaluate student outcomes.
Online portals to all different types of educational content. Although these resources aren't compiled into complete course curricula, they can add a lot to your course when used together creatively.
"The primary aim of DOAB is to increase discoverability of Open Access books. Academic publishers are invited to provide metadata of their Open Access books to DOAB.... All publishers in DOAB are screened for their peer review procedures and licensing policies." -- About and FAQ pages
A massive resource that offers access to learning objects, open access journal articles and textbooks, discipline-specific pedagogical support, assessment tools, and much more. Browse through “Personal Collection” to see how other instructors are using the site, and check out the peer review reports and comments on each learning object for an assessment of its utility in the classroom.
"OpenDOAR is primarily a service to enhance and support the academic and research activities of the global community. OpenDOAR maintains a comprehensive and authoritative list of institutional and subject-based repositories. It also encompasses archives set up by funding agencies like the National Institutes for Health in the USA or the Wellcome Trust in the UK and Europe." -- About page
"Almost 2,000 electronic editions of academic books have been published online at the UC Press E-Books Collection, 1982-2004, web site.... [M]ore than 25 percent of the books are available for free to the public." Titles marked 'Public' are open access.