Open Repositories

Open repositories allow anyone to upload and download learning resources in more than one format for reuse and remixing.

We have provided a list of open repositories and the formats available for each below.

The table is responsive to your screen size. If you are using a small screen view click on the + next to the repository’s title in order to see a full list of formats available.

Repositories

RepositoryRequires login to download?Creative Commons Licensed?Documents / TextAudioVideoImagesTextbooks / eBooksPresentationsQuizzes / Tests
Guardian teacher NetworkYNo mention of licence typesYYYY-YY
LibriVoxNCC0-Y--Y--
MerlotNAll CC licences including CC0, plus some all rights reservedYYYYYYY
National Science Digital LibraryNAll CC licences, plus othersY-YYYYY
OER CommonsNAll CC licences, plus some ‘custom’YYYYYY-
Open Education EuropaNAll CC licences, plus othersY--YYYY
OpenLearn WorksNCC BY-NC-SAYYY----
TES ResourcesYCC BY
CC BY-SA
CC BY-ND
Plus non free ‘premium’ resources
YY-Y-YY
Textbook RevolutionNAll CC licences, plus others----Y--
Unesco OER PlatformNNot clearY---Y--
WikiEducatorNCC BY
CC BY-SA
Y--Y--Y
Wikimedia CommonsN
CC BY
CC BY-SA
CC0
-YYYY--

 

Specialised Content Sites: Additionally there are websites which offer only one format of content but specialise in that field. Some of these you may be familiar with include Flickr, Soundcloud, and YouTube.

Find a Specialised Content Site

* This table adapted under the CC BY-SA licence from Jorum’s Alternate Platforms table.