Free Textbook Sources

Certainly! Here is a list of websites and platforms where you can find free textbooks across various subjects:

  1. Project Gutenberg: Offers over 60,000 free eBooks, including many classic literary works.
  2. OpenStax: Provides free, peer-reviewed textbooks for college and high school students.
  3. Bookboon: Offers free textbooks and educational eBooks primarily aimed at college and university students.
  4. MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW): Provides free course materials, including textbooks and lecture notes, from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) courses.
  5. Free-eBooks.net: Offers a wide range of free eBooks in various genres, including textbooks.
  6. Wikibooks: A Wikimedia project that offers open-content textbooks on a variety of subjects.
  7. Textbook Revolution: A resource dedicated to the free distribution of textbooks and educational materials.
  8. Open Textbook Library: Provides a collection of open textbooks that can be freely used, adapted, and distributed.
  9. Internet Archive: Offers a vast collection of books, including textbooks, that are in the public domain.
  10. Google Books: Allows you to search for and access a wide range of books, including some that are available for free.
  11. Library Genesis (LibGen): Provides access to a large collection of scientific articles, books, and textbooks.
  12. FreeTechBooks: Focuses on free computer science and engineering textbooks and resources.
  13. Bartleby: Offers a selection of reference books and textbooks, including classics.
  14. Wikiversity: Part of the Wikimedia Foundation, it offers free learning materials and textbooks.
  15. BookFinder.com: Provides a search engine for finding free and used textbooks.

Please note that while these resources offer many free textbooks, the availability of specific titles and editions may vary. Always make sure to check the licensing terms and copyright status of the materials to ensure that you are using them legally and responsibly.

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