Some major universities and other academic institutions understood that knowledge should be open for all and agreed to
share their knowledge over the web. This includes the release of research and course
materials that are made freely available for non-commercial use. You will not get a university degree from these programs, but you can get real knowledge.
This page lists the major open courseware and knowledge sites.
MIT Open CourseWare
a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world.
With the publication of 700 courses, MIT OCW offers educational materials from 33 academic disciplines and all five of MIT's schools.
MERLOT is a free and open resource designed primarily for faculty and students of higher education. Links to online learning materials are collected along with annotations such as peer reviews and assignments.
The Mathematical Sciences Digital Library is an online resource managed by the Mathematical Association of America with funding by the National Science Foundation. The Library is hosted by the Math Forum. The site provides online resources for both teachers and students of collegiate mathematics,
An international collaboration of educators, researchers, physicians, students, programmers, instructional designers and graphic artists working together to build interactive, dynamic human physiology course materials on the Web.
Knowledge@Wharton is a bi-weekly online resource that offers the latest business insights, information and research from a variety of sources.
The web site presents information in layers so that users can pursue their interests to whatever depth they wish.
An in-depth searchable database of related articles and research abstracts allows a simple access to information