116 Sciences – General
Applied Math and Science Education Repository (AMBER) (Various CC licences)
A collection of educational resources and services on topics related to applied math and science.
A library of learning packages (TLPs = teaching and learning packages) covering common topics in Materials Science (an interdisciplinary field involving the properties of matter and its applications to various areas of science such as applied physics and chemistry, as well as chemical, mechanical, civil and electrical engineering).
IntechOpen: Life Sciences (CC BY)
NANSLO [PDF] (Various CC licences)
A collection of links to OER used in science labs.
National Science Digital Library (Various CC licences)
A collection of high quality online educational resources for teaching and learning with emphasis on the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Open Science: An Introduction (CC BY)
This course is meant to share information about what it means for science to be open with young scientists (of all ages), and hopefully inspire them to champion things that are more open. A number of communities are networked within Open Science, and we’ve designed this course as a high-level introduction to topics and groups that are chipping away at closed systems in science.
Edinburgh DataShort: College of Science & Engineering (Various CC licences)
A digital repository of research data produced at the University of Edinburgh by the College of Science and Engineering.
A collection of 5 modules designed for Adult Basic Education (ABE) fundamental level science. The five modules cover astronomy, ecology, biology, physics, and water. While they contain specific content, each book emphasizes a particular type of scientific thinking. The books are designed to be consumable student workbooks.
From the University of British Columbia, this textbook covers many of the principles of science communication, as well as the theory and practice of risk communication, specifically. The content is divided into three main sections: 1) the ‘mission’ (why you are communicating), 2) the ‘message’ (what you are communicating), and 3) the ‘medium’ (how you are communicating).
PhET Interactive Simulations (CC BY)
The PhET Interactive Simulations project at the University of Colorado Boulder creates free interactive math and science simulations. The site is available in a number of languages.
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