Adam Kurniawan Library



Learning and teaching materials that can be shared, edited, and reused without obtaining permission from the owner are known as Open Educational Resources, or OERs. Since the producer of OER material has lifted certain copyright restrictions, it is readily accessible to the public and uses under an open license in the public domain. For academics looking for a free and authorized alternative information source to aid in their research and study, President University OER is available.

The following are the tenets of OER:

  • OER documents can be downloaded, printed, and saved using retain.
  • Reuse refers to the acceptance of content reuse.
  • Using revise, you can modify the material to fit your requirements.
  • Blending several OER materials together to create a new work is made feasible by remix.
  • Redistribute refers to the sharing of content in either its original or altered format.
The List of Open Educational Resources (OER)
  1. President University Libraries (Adam Kurniawan Library
  2. Airlangga University Libraries – Open Educational Resources Universitas Airlangga
  3. University Teknology Mara Libraries – UiTM Library Guide – Open Educational Resources.
  4. Wawasan Open University Libraries – OER repository of the Wawasan Open University
  5. James Cook University Australia – JCU Open Educational Resources
  6. UNESCO – UNESCO Open Educational Resources
  7. Monash University – Monash University Open Educational Resources
  8. Open University Libraries – Sumber pembelajaran Terbuka-Universitas Terbuka (‘SUAKA’-UT) / Open   Educational Resources (OER)
  9. North Sumatera University Libraries – USU Open Course Ware
  10. Rumah Belajar Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Republik Indonesia – Indonesian OER-Hub
  11. HELP University Libraries – Help Learning Resource Center
  12. Singapore Management University Libraries – SMU Research Guides – Open Educational Resources
  13. University of Adelaide – University of Adelaide Open Educational Resources
  14. Universiti Malaysia Sabah Libraries – OER@UMS Repository
  15. Syiah Kuala University Libraries – Open Educational Resource (OER) – Unsyiah Library
  16. Malaya University Libraries – Universiti Malaya Library Guides – OER
  17. Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Australia – RMIT Open Educational Resources
  18. Singapore University of Technology and Design – SUTD Open Educational Resources
  19. Universiti Sains Malaysia Libraries OER@USM
  20. Nanyang Technological University Libraries – DR-NTU (Data)