Open Education Resources (has videos, includes A&P/nursing) (includes some for math and one for Chinese) (has videos!) (contrary to name is not just for math and science, though it is heaviest on those areas) (largely textbooks and handbooks, many come from other sources on this list), interactive simulations, OA books, courses and course materials, videos, podcasts, audiobooks, public domain books) (mostly K-12, but has CTE and Adult Ed resources that could be of value) (essentially an OER database; accesses 21 resources) (includes video and interactive tutorial resources, including in sciences) (Out-of-print monographs published by the University of Pittsburgh Press between 1938 and 2004) (includes some K-12 materials) (data and publications about countries around the world, free but some data requires account) (requires account, but free)