Click on the topics below and MERLOT will provide you with a hitlist of online course materials in that subject area. You can explore the MERLOT collection of online materials, find ones that suit your instructional needs, and add the link to the online materials into your learning management system. It’s easy.
MERLOT also provides peer reviews, member comments, “playlists” of materials created by faculty and students, and learning exercises for using the materials in the classroom so you can make informed choices about the best materials for our classes and your students.
- Africiana or African American or Black Studies
- American Indian or Native American Studies
- American Studies
- Asian or Asian American Studies
- Chicana or Latina Studies
- Chicano or Latino Studies
- Communication Studies
- Comparative Literature and Classics
Including English Language subdisciplines of Communications, Composition and Rhetoric, General, Linguistics and English Literature subdisciplines of drama, Poetry, Prose Fiction, Prose Nonfiction, and General.
- European Studies
Including subdisciplines of Area Studies, Resources, Theory and Method, and Topical.
- Indigenous Studies
- Jewish Studies
Including subdisciplines of Bible, Diaspora, Jewish culture, Jewish history, Jewish philosophy, Jewish religion, and Oral tradition.
- Religious Studies
- Women and Gender Studies
- World Languages
Including subdisciplines of Arabic, Chinese, ESL, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Less Commonly Taught Languages, Multilingual Resources, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
Are you using open course materials already and would like to add them to the CSU MERLOT Collection?
It’s easy to do! By spending a few minutes cataloging the online materials you use, your fellow faculty and/or students will have a easier time finding the quality course materials that can help them teach and learn. If everyone pitches in just a little, we can build a shared collection of open courses materials.