These pages describe the mandate of the CODS on open educational resources on the Internet.
Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration worldwide
MIT Open CourseWare
Provides free, searchable access to MITís course materials for educators, students and self-learners around the world.
Open Courseware consortium
The OpenCourseWare Consortium is a collaboration of more than 100 higher education institutions and associated organizations from around the world creating a broad and deep body of open educational content using a shared model.
Chinese Open Resources for Education (CORE)
Promotes closer interaction and open sharing of educational resources between Chinese and international universities
Connexions Rice University
Connexions is an environment for collaboratively developing, freely sharing, and rapidly publishing scholarly content on the Web, hosted by Rice University.
Tufts University OpenCourseware
Supports and advances education by making high-quality content freely available on the web for learners and faculty
Japan Open Courseware Consortium
Provides a wide rage of free and OER via de Internet to individuals interested in higher education
Utah State University Open Courseware
A free and OER for faculty, students and self-learners
Translates MIT OCW to Spanish and Portuguese
Opensource Opencourseware Prototype Systems
Translates MIT OCW into Traditional Chinese
UNESCO International Institute of Educational Planning
Works to strengthen the capacity of countries to plan and manage their educational systems.
Public Library of Science
National Science Digital Library
Offers creators a way to protect their works while building a layer of reasonable flexible copyright.
Project to improve digital access in developing countries