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Open Education Directory

“If I give you a penny, you will be one penny richer and I’ll be one penny poorer. But if I give you an idea, you will have a new idea, but I shall still have it, too.”
- Albert Einstein

About iBerry's Open Education Directory

Please contact iBerry if you have any comments or questions.
  • The Directory contains information and various links to Open Educational Resources (OER) including Open Courseware (OCW), Open (free) Textbooks and learner support sites. The Directory is not comprehensive. The idea is to provide 'links to links' that in turn provide more comprehensive information.
  • If English is not your first language try the 'Google Translate' gadget on the right. Select your language and Google will give a translation. It will not be perfect but it is often better than nothing!
  • Most of the Open Courseware (OCW) items in the Directory are selected from publicly-available courseware generously provided by the universities and colleges of the world.
  • If appropriate, OCW items are associated with a named institution. The OCW content is not directly attributed to authors but authors' names can usually be found by visiting the OCW website. Clicking on the name of the institution opens the OCW website in a new page. This is an external website and iBerry has no responsibility for its content.
  • Only "significant" OCW items (notes, images, videos etc) covering academic topics are included in the directory. Items consisting mainly of course advertisements, sub-topic headings or single lectures are omitted as is content where a significant proportion is password protected.
  • HELP US! - As a non-profit with no institutional support iBerry's progress depends on volunteer help. Any type of help is welcome! You can help iBerry by contacting us with any comments and feedback. For example by:
    • Pointing out broken links or outdated material
    • Providing accounts of your experiences as online learners (we never publish without permission.)
    • Applying your expertise in any area that might help - eg site design or opinion and recommendations for particular academic topics.
See also:
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