This guide included sources for finding free textbook, films or video clips, course readings, case studies, simulations and research guides.
Please feel free to email Grace Liu if you would like to add some resources to this guide and share your resources with other faculty.
Canada’s open education initiatives. All books in the B.C. Open Textbook Collection are covered by a Creative Commons license which means they provide non-exclusive, worldwide, indefinite permissions for anyone to use without contacting the author, or are not copyrighted and reside in the public domain Here is how to use the open textbook in the collection.
Open Textbook Library
The Open Textbook Library provides a growing catalog of free, peer-reviewed, and creative commons license textbooks. Check out featured titles for accounting and finance, management and marketing, economics.
OER Commons is a search portal that helps you find the open textbook and provides link to the original source.
MERLOT (Multimedia Education Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)
MERLOT is an online repository and international consortium who provides access to curated online learning and support materials for open education.
* for more OER resources, please visit the library guide on OER
Enroll and audit the courses for free to view the course lecture videos and readings etc.
Select course by topic and sort courses by most recent first. View sample lessons, syllabus, readings, lecture notes, assignment and exams etc.
Saylor Academy is a nonprofit initiative working to offer free and open online courses.
*Search Library catalogs to find more ebooks and articles for your online class.
* Please contact Grace Liu for a research guide tailored for your class content and project.