Open Access


Before creating your open educational resource: 

  •  Find others for inspiration or reuse them according to your needs, if the conditions of use allow it. 
  • Search for audiovisual resources to develop your open resource. 

Resource from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Contains a free and open collection of material from thousands of MIT courses covering the entire MIT curriculum. 

Resource of the University of Alicante. It contains open courses in the various areas taught at the university. The materials are licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA, with the aim of promoting the generation of new content among teachers. 

University of Michigan resource containing materials that can be used for learning, teaching, or research. Images, videos, textual materials and other open-licensed content can be found. 

Resource of the Delft University of Technology. It contains high-quality educational materials that are organized as courses, and often include course planning materials and assessment tools, as well as thematic content. They are free and open-licensed. 

Resource of the University Carlos III of Madrid. Courses classified by subject. All are open licensed. 

Access to open resources of all kinds with tips on how to find them. 

Collection of classroom materials, guides, manuals and supporting documentation for training activities carried out within the teaching framework of the University.  

Cooperative repository that contains materials and digital resources resulting from the teaching activity carried out at the member universities. 

Provides access to selected learning materials and online support, as well as content creation tools. Led by an international community of educators, learners, and researchers. 

Public digital library of open educational resources. Explore, create, and collaborate with educators around the world to improve curriculum. 

High-quality open educational resources, free and accessible to everyone. 

Initiative of the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training of Spain (MEFP) intended for educational uses of learning. It includes the repository of Open Educational Resources (REO in Spanish) where you can find and create structured didactic material, classified in a standardized way (LOM-ES), ready for download and use by teachers and students. 

Repositories of audiovisual resources in open access, with Creative Commons or Public Domain licenses.