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collection of electronic books

OER Commons is based on alliances with providers of high-quality Open Educational Resources.It was launched in February 2007, as a network for teaching and learning materials. It is not only electronic textbooks, but also full university courses, lecture notes, elementary and high school lesson plans.

 
collection of electronic books

One of the biggest collections of free downloadable ebooks, created since 1971. At the moment it is possible to download over 32,000 free ebooks. No fee or registration is required.

 
collection of electronic books

The registry of the 35 scientific Journals, published by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIS).

 
collection of electronic books

Free online books mostly about mathematics, science, and computers.

 
collection of electronic books

A library of dozens of open access textbooks and out-of-print books with open licenses. Hosted by the University of Georgia's Terry School of Business.

 
collection of electronic books

A searchable and well organized repository of open textbooks and other digital resources. A project of the State of Florida.

 
collection of electronic books

Wikibooks is a collection of open-content textbooks that anyone can edit and which can be used in a traditional classroom, an accredited or respected institution, a home-school environment, as part of a Wikiversity course or for self-learning.