Open educational resources also include lesson plans, individual photographs, Wikipedia entries, and YouTube videos, as long as they’re uploaded on a free license or are in the public domain.
We encourage you to build upon and add to this shared good, which includes using and editing existing materials. Below, you’ll find some examples of website where you can find quality open materials for your own use. Simply remember to always attribute the source.
Where to find materials for creating open educational resources
We recommend websites and search engines that make finding resources in the public domain or available through free licenses easier.
Search, download, and use them in your own work.
Remember to always pay attention to the licenses.