Open Educational Resources:
Open Educational Resources (OER) are resources that are free for you to use in your class, usually with the condition that you attribute the original author. Typically, OERs are used for online courses, but they can be used wherever they make sense in your class. OERs come in many forms, from a single document to an entire course. You can find OERs via multiple methods:
Google.com - using the advanced search function, you can change the usage rights to include Open Educational Resources. Search for videos, music, images, text, or other content.
CC Search - CC Search, by Creative Commons, can search multiple sites for OERs. It can search for videos, music, images, text, or other content.
Wikimedia Commons - Most materials on Wikipedia fall under OER, and are hosted on Wikimedia. You can use this site to scan for images and videos.
Flickr.com - Using advanced search, you can sort images on Flickr for ones that are eligible to use under OER.
OpenClipArt.com - A resource for OER clip art.
Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) - Peer reviewed online teaching and learning materials, presented by the California State University system.
Lynda.com - Explore hundreds of topics in software, creative and business skills.
Pacific LibGuides - A guide to information and publications in many different topics.
Pacific Digital Humanities LibGuide - A resource to support and promote Digital Humanities scholarship and pedagogy.
Ning - An online community for faculty and students to collaborate, discuss, and share ideas, best practices and resources.
Pedagogy In Action - A site designed to allow faculty to reflect critically on their own teaching practices and to support them in exploring new pedagogies.
The Orange Grove - This repository provides an environment for educators to search, use, remix, share, and contribute educational resources.
Best Practices for Legal Education - A place to discuss the best practices in education in the legal field.