Information (Shareable)

Non-fiction stuff.

This page shows all shareable information. For a list that only contains free, libre and open works, see Information (Libre)

Information

  • Let's CCA South Korean search engine for Creative Commons materials.
  • Libertarian PapersA journal of libertarian scholarship.
  • Libre CultureAn anthology arguing for freeing up works from copyright.
  • Libre Graphics MagazineA magazine focused on GIMP, Inkscape and other open source graphics software — as well as the art created from that software.
  • LibrebusA project to raise awareness of libre.
  • Light And Matter'This is an introductory text intended for a one-year introductory course of the type typically taken by biology majors, or for AP Physics B.'
  • Linked Open Vocabularies'[Y]our entry point to the growing ecosystem of linked open vocabularies (RDFS or OWL ontologies) used in the Linked Data Cloud.'
  • LinvixA Spanish language Linux magazine.
  • Lowering The BarFunny tales of the law.
  • Management Innovation ExchangeAn open discussion on how to improve management for the 21st century.
  • Media Studies 101Creative Commons crowdsourced textbook.
  • Moving Image ContestThe results of a contest to explain the tension between culture and copyright.
  • MuktwareA Linux magazine.
  • myPolice DataQueensland police force sharing its crimes data.
  • National Elevation Data Framework'Digital elevation data which describes Australia's landforms and seabed'
  • National Repository of Open Educational Resources'National Repository of Open Educational Resources offers resources for all school subjects and grades in multiple languages. The resources are available in the form of concept maps, videos, audio clips, talking books, multimedia, learning objects, photographs, diagrams, charts, articles, wikipages and textbooks.'
  • New Education HighwayA non-profit working with OER and local educators.
  • No Rock SoloA Spanish language music blog-magazine.
  • No Straight Lines'No Straight Lines offers a plethora of examples of how societies and companies around the world are using technology in a collaborative and innovative way, bringing success to their economy and a meaningful connection between the members of the community.'
  • Numeros RojosA magazine in Spanish.
  • OER@AVUAcademic material from African universities.
  • Oil ContractsUnderstanding how oil contracts work - over 200 pages.
  • On the Commons'On the Commons (OTC) is a commons movement strategy center founded in 2001. [Its] purpose is to activate the emergence of a commons-based society'.
  • Open Access EBooks'This chapter discusses what Open Access means in the context of e-books, how Open Access e-books can be supported, and the roles that Open Access e-books will play in libraries and in our society.'
  • Open Bibliographic Data Guide'[T]he business cases for Open Bibliographic Data – releasing some or all of a library’s catalogue records for open use and re-use by others.'
  • Open Data Hackathon How To GuideA guide on holding your own hackathon.
  • Open Data Handbook'This handbook introduces you to the legal, social and technical aspects of open data. It can be used by anyone but is especially useful for those working with government data. It discusses the why, what and how of open data – why to go open, what open is, and the how to do open.'
  • Open Data, Open SocietyA research project about openness of public data in EU local administrations
  • Open Design NowA book about the importance of open design.
  • Open Educational Resources in the People’s Republic of China"IITE has published a new analytical survey “Open Educational Resources in the People’s Republic of China: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects for Development” prepared by Chunyan Wang and Guodong Zhao."
  • Open English BibleA project to create a modern public domain translation of the Bible.
  • Open Hardware JournalA journal about open hardware.
  • Open Minded CEOsA book.
  • Open Source Licensing' Software Freedom and Intellectual Property Law'
  • Open StatesView US legislation.
  • Open the FutureA futurism blog.
  • Open Translation ToolsOpen source translation software.
  • OpenChemAn entire chemistry curriculum.
  • Oppia'Oppia is a tool for creating interactive online activities that enable students to learn by doing.'
  • Oral Literature in Africa'First published in 1970 by Oxford University Press, this classic study has been hailed as "the single most authoritative work on oral literature”. It traces the history of story-telling in Africa, and brings to life the diverse forms of creativity across the African continent'
  • Paleobiology DatabaseData and photos of extinct animals and plants.
  • Panton DiscussionsConversations about open data in science.
  • Perspectives on Open and Distance Learning'[D]escribes the [OER] movement in detail, providing readers with insight into OER’s significant benefits, its theory and practice, and its achievements and challenges.'
  • #PHONARUndergraduate photography class.
  • Practical SurvivorHow to survive in the wild.
  • Producing Open Source Software"How to Run a Successful Free Software Project"
  • Queensland Government Data'The Queensland Government will release as much public data as possible, free to anyone who wishes to use it. This data has been gathered using public money and is the property of the people of Queensland and so, where suitable, we will release it.'
  • RecordAGravePhotographs and transcriptions of tombstones.
  • Repository 66A mash-up of the locations of open access repositories.
  • Republic, LostHow money pollutes democracy.

Sources of Information

  • SpringerOpenAn open access publisher in medicine, science and technology.
  • Standford Engineering Everywhere'SEE programming includes one of Stanford’s most popular engineering sequences: the three-course Introduction to Computer Science taken by the majority of Stanford undergraduates, and seven more advanced courses in artificial intelligence and electrical engineering.'
  • Stephen KinsellaAn anti-IP libertarian writer and lawyer.
  • StreetfilmsDocumenting Livable Streets Worldwide
  • TalisA private company in the 'innovation business'.
  • TechdirtA tech news site.
  • Terry HancockAn author.
  • The ConversationPeer reviewed journalism.
  • The Libertarian StandardA libertarian blog.
  • Traficantes de SueñosA Spanish book publisher.
  • training.gov.auA website cooperation between state and federal governments.
  • unglue.itA project to crowdfund the application of Creative Commons licensing
  • UNZ.orgA collection of scanned journal articles.
  • Victorian Government Data DirectorySelf-explanatory.
  • White HouseThe website of the President of the United States.
  • Wikidata'Wikidata is a free knowledge base that can be read and edited by humans and machines alike.'
  • Wikimedia FoundationA free culture project that gathers a number of wikis.
  • Wikinews"The Wikinews project is a free content news source of the Wikimedia Foundation that seeks to provide content, free of charge, where everyone is invited to contribute reports about events large and small, either from direct experience, or summarized from elsewhere."
  • Wiley Open AccessA variety of journals published by Wiley.
  • World Bank Open Knowledge Repository"The World Bank Open Knowledge Repository (OKR) is The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products."
  • Yochai BenklerA professor of law and author of works on commons-based production.
  • Zenhabits'Zen Habits is about finding simplicity in the daily chaos of our lives.'
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