Open Math

Some open resources, tools and books (or free to use)

  • General Open Source:
    • Open Oregon
      » Oregon’s new repository and advocate center for open source materials.
    • OER Commons
      » Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management In Education; a gicantic effort to promote OERs.
    • OpenStax.org and openstaxcollege.org »
      » one of the best institutions around for well vetted open resources.
    • MIT Open Course Ware
      » A pioneer in open education presenting college courses of all disciplines.
    • Lumen Learning
      » Based in Portland, Oregon, Lumen Learning’s mission is to make great learning opportunities available to all students, regardless of socioeconomic background.
    • CK12.org
      » although primarily geared towards K-12, they are an excellent source of text, video, and interactive tools for many subjects.
    • Open Suny
      » New York’s open initiative
    • CollegeOpenTextbooks.org
      » A clearing house for open source texts in print and online.
    • Open Textbook Library
      » Another collection of open college text books.
  • Open Math Stuff:
    • MyOpenMath.com
      » A Content Management System for math education. A source of prebuilt courses including texts, videos, and online homework.
    • WebWork by the MAA
      » An open-source online homework system for math and sciences courses.
    • OpenTextBookstore.com
      » a curated collection of open source math texts.
    • Stitz-zeager.com
      » A loverly set of open source precalculus texts.
    • Openculture.com
      » A clearing house for open source texts in print and online. Find mathematics here.
    • theorangegrove.org
      » Florida’s open initiative – link to open math resources
    • Online Mathematics Textbooks
      » from George Cain @ Georgia Tech
  • Free Online Tools

BMCC now has materials free online for several math courses. The links below lead to the public versions of the site showing all of the texts and videos. To access the practice homework and tests, you must create a free account at MyOpenMath.com and use one of the courseIDs below and the enrollment key “open”.

Contact us for more information if you are interested.