Looking for free teaching materials?

Are you looking for inspiration, or a great activity, animation or simulation to use in your teaching for the upcoming semester with NO COST for you or your students? Open Educational Resources (OERs), are available for you to use!
Search this list of textbooks compiled by OLERN. It features a broad range of subject areas. All the resources are published under Creative Commons Licences. Beyond textbooks, OERs include images, simulations, question banks and many other resources available for you to use at no cost.
Ready to find OERs to use in your teaching?
On the internet search “OER” and your discipline or topic to see what you can find.
Looking for help?
See the What is OER? information sheet, the OLERN site or the Library subject guide. There are a range of people within RMIT who can help you find, use and publish OERs including the library (Frank Ponte), College of Science, Engineering and Health (Lisa Curran and Sheryl Maher) and the Copyright Management Service . You may also have colleagues who are aware of discipline specific repositories and resources.