Celebrate International Open Access Week (20-26 October 2014).  Use Open access and Open Educational Resources instead of copyright material for research, teaching and study purposes, where possible, to avoid having to apply for permission or pay high copyright fees.


Join the Open Access Movement - free knowledge, share knowledge and experience knowledge without restrictions or barriers. Break down barriers that prevent access to information and development.  Sharing knowledge encourages creativity, innovation and leads to social upliftment, economic development and a better world in general.

See:  https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2014/10/celebrating-open-access-week-research-should-be-free-available-and-open


Try some of these Open Access and OER Resources. Some of these resources may have some conditions (e.g. Creative Commons licences) or specific terms of use, so check if you are not sure.  

Some additional Resources (listed under Owner then Denise Nicholson) that you may find useful but not all of these are OA or OERs.