144 places to educate yourself for free. It lists source on computers, science, business, math, history—a wide variety of offerings with classes and information from many good institutions like MIT and Yale.
A number of faculty at New York University have been scanning curriculum materials for primary school audiences in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Egypt, and now have the actual hardcopies available to a welcoming home. If anyone might be interested in talking further with the researchers about receiving the originals, Contact:
Scott Collard, Social Sciences Collections Coordinator, Librarian for Education and Linguistics,
Bobst Library, New York University
University of North Carolina Charlotte. (2015). CIMC: Curriculum and Instruction Materials Center. Provides a thorough resource guide on locating Pre-K-12 curriculum materials. Includes separate sections for instructional resources, digital resources, and technology resources. Maintained by the Education Librarian at UNC Charlotte.
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The following is a list of suggested open access sites offering scholarly eBooks and eDocuments related to the discipline of Education.