Around two-hundred million Indonesians live in the country's over 17 thousand islands, leaving a big 'homework' for the government regarding education, particulary on how to increase the participation rate and quality of educational services. Online distance education can be used to improve the quality of education and increase the number of students. In addition, openly available distance education may encourage prospective students to pursue their education. The Association of College and Universities in Indonesia, which offers educational programs in computing, information systems, and technology (APTIKOM), has successfully designed a framework for Indonesia Open Educational Resources (I-OER). The framework consists of three components: Open Content (OCT), OpenCourseWare (OCW), and Open Education (OED). The present paper aims to discuss the concept of I-OER and the development of I-OER platform. The OCT, OCW, and OED are integrated into the I-OER platform. The platform is currently developed by a team at a reputable university in Indonesia. Specifically for OCT, ontology-based learning object searching technique is applied. Through OCT everyone can share their learning content freely and openly. Moreover, the learning contents on OCT can be reorganized by applying instructional design principles to create complete course materials under OCW. Education professionals (e.g., lecturers, teachers, practitioners and experts from schools, universities, and research centers) are welcome to become contributors. In addition, APTIKOM introduces OED to encourage students and Indonesian citizens in general to obtain certifications or credit points for credit transfer in the future.