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Hypothes.is provides educators, students, journalists, publishers, and researchers with a free and open source software... see more

Using PressbooksEDU, educators can create books that are accessible on all platforms: in print, and on all smartphones,... see more

Histropedia uses data from Wikipedia and Wikidata to automatically generate interactive timelines with events linked to... see more

Cientifica Redalyc, located at the Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico, is a scientific information database system... see more

OER Degrees is a website developed by Lumen Learning to help educators worldwide learn more about successful Community... see more

Open:  The Philosophy and Practices that Revolionizing Education and Science examines the Open Education, Open Science,... see more

Unpaywall is an open source and free plugin from Impactstory designed to get past subscription journal paywalls legally... see more

The Global Virtual Reaity Association (GVRA) represents a collaborative effort by major, global Virtual Reality (VR)... see more

Apache OpenOffice 4.1.2 is one of the best, free open source productivity software suites available for word processing,... see more

B.C. Campus Open Education:  Open Textbook Self-Publishing Guide is a practical reference/development tool for... see more

The Author's Alliance and Creative Commons have created the "Termination of Transfer" (ToT) tool that helps authors... see more

ARTE provides cultural programming that fosters understanding among Europeans and brings people together. Since its... see more

BASE is one of world's most voluminous search engines especially for academic web resources. BASE provides more than 110... see more

Mozilla's A-Frame MozVR is an open source platform/library for web developers for creating virtual reality experiences... see more

Interactive museum of science, humanities, and culture. Current topics, as of May 12, 2012, include "Calendars through... see more

Why Files? provides K-12 educators and students with a new story each week describing the science behind the news.