With the Internet, universal access to education is possible, but its potential is hindered by increasingly restrictive copyright laws and incompatible technologies. We at Creative Commons work to minimize these barriers, by providing free licenses and tools that anyone can use to share their educational materials with the world. Our licenses make textbooks, courses, and lesson plans easy to find, easy to share, and easy to customize and combine — helping to realize the full benefits of digital and print educational resources. Open Educational Resources
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Welcome to the Archive’s library of Open Educational Resources and university lectures. This library contains hundreds of free courses, video lectures, and supplemental materials from universities in the United States and China.
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This is an alphabetical list of over 200 websites which provide information and/or instruction about a wide range of subjects – mostly for FREE. The websites cover a wide range of informational and educational topics and include general reference resources, how-to guides, wikis, how-to videos, podcasts, courses, lessons, tutorials (including open courseware), e-books as well as other reference resources and places to ask questions both online and on your mobile. The resources are suitable for learners of all ages: students as well as workplace learners and lifelong learners – as well as teachers, educators and trainers. [ Email additions for this list] <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Ronald Williams Race and Public Policy - This course examines the formation and implementation of public policies directly relevant to the black community. While the policies analyzed differ from year to year, basic public policy methodology will be introduced each year. Anthropology 1, 001 - Spring 2013 Terrence W. Deacon
posted by admin on November 5th, 2008 The world of education is changing, big time. Information technology has revolutionized how we find and share information.