Open Educational Resources (OER) are free and openly licensed educational materials that can be used for teaching, learning, research, and more. This Guide provides information on using OERs in your courses, tools to locate OERs by type and topic.
VPRO, a Dutch public broadcaster, presents interviews and in-depth conversations with leading thinkers and scientists around the world to discuss our most pressing questions including robotics, space travel, and AI. All videos are available under a CC BY-SA license, and encourage users to edit, remix, and modify the videos.
NASA's collections of images, video, and audio. Not all the images are in the public domain, but are generally available to use. For more information, see NASA's media usage guidelines at the bottom of their webpage.
TED Talks are short videos presentations from researchers, experts, and professionals on nearly any topic. The presentations tend to be idea focused rather than academic lectures. TED and TEDx videos are licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, and are free to access and share.
The Smithsonian Collection of 3D models. These are not CC-licensed, but openly available to download and grant broad permissions for personal and educational use. See "Terms of Service" on their website for specific terms.