Not sure on where to get started searching for OER? We often recommend starting with one of these two repositories, as well as using the OASIS search tool (below).
OASIS is a user-friendly search tool that allows you to find OER from a variety of sources. It's a recommended place to begin searching, especially if you're new to OER. It's not as comprehensive as the Mason OER Metafinder, found below.
Developed by SUNY Genesco in collaboration with SUNY OER Services, the Openly Available Sources Integrated Search (OASIS) allows users to search through 155,000+ openly available records from 52 different sources.
The Mason OER Metafinder (MOM) is a very powerful OER search engine that searches across multiple OER repositories. It's highly recommended for complex searches.
Below is a list of OER repositories where you can find more OER. If you keep digging, you will be rewarded!