Digital Learning Objects & Media Tools to Supplement Instruction
Open-access (OA) resources for instruction.
The Louvre puts its entire art collection online.
The Musée du Louvre, the world’s most-visited museum, is now allowing the public to browse its 480,000-piece collection from the comfort of their homes. The French museum has created anonline platform featuring all of the museum’s artworks, the Louvre announced on March 26. Works are presented in the collections database regardless of whether they are on display in the Musée du Louvre or Musée Delacroix, visible in the gardens, on long-term loan in France or abroad, or in storage. Information about their location is included in each entry.
A digital public library and collaboration platform developed by the independent non-profit ISKME, that offers a comprehensive infrastructure for curriculum experts and instructors at all levels to collaborate around their adaptation, evaluation, and use to address the needs of teachers and learners.
GALILEO Open Learning Materials brings together open educational resources throughout the University System of Georgia, including open textbooks and ancillary materials.
This repository is administrated by Affordable Learning Georgia, an initiative of GALILEO and the University System of Georgia which aims to reduce the cost of textbooks to students and contribute to their retention, progression, and graduation. For more about Affordable Learning Georgia, visit Affordable Learning Georgia's website.
Part of the American Memory Digital collections,includes historical primary source videos related to work, vaudeville, entertainment, and historical markers like civil rights history or the great earthquake of San Francisco. Most videos are silent movies from the late 80's up to the 1920's.
A subset of the non-profit Internet Archive an open access comprehensive digital archive founded by Brewster Kahle in May 1996. Viewers of the film archive can turn on closed captioning for the videos.
A repository of digitized video content for the digital video, multimedia retrieval, digital library, and other research communities. Created and sponsored by UNC's School of Library & Info Science. Archival videos include storyboards but no closed captions.