USF Librarians are curating a collection of high-quality digital learning objects suitable for inclusion in courses. This is very much a work in progress and content will be added daily.
Disclaimer: some content may not be permanently available. Please check links before adding content to your course. All material here is web-based and compatible with all browsers unless otherwise specified.
New Featured Resource:
Immerse yourself in the New Seven Wonders of the World
Each architectural marvel selected is among the most visited tourist attractions in the world, and this series gives people the chance to “visit” them without having to fly thousands of miles [NY Times 360 Videos]. Transcripts of videos are available.
The links below are a select list of key multidisciplinary sites for open educational resources.
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.
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.