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Faculty: There's still time to apply for a Textbook Affordability Grant

posted by Donna Stewart on 2021-11-16T10:39:33-05:00 | Comments

Deadline Extended: Applications are due December 10thaffordable learning at Cleveland State University

The Michael Schwartz Library, in collaboration with the Center for eLearningCenter for Instructional Technology and Distance Learning (CITDL), and the Center for Faculty Excellence, is sponsoring another Textbook Affordability Small Grant to help support faculty who are willing to adopt/adapt an open textbook for a class. Grant applications are due December 10th, 2021.

Grant Overview

Grant Application (PDF)

ABOUT OPEN TEXTBOOKS

Open Textbooks are a type of open educational resource, are full, often peer reviewed, textbooks licensed to be freely used, edited, and distributed. Increasingly, faculty members all across the country are adopting open textbooks as one way to address the crisis of textbook affordability. Visit the Open Textbook Library to peruse peer-reviewed textbooks and decide if one of them is right for your course, or send your syllabus to your personal librarian to map your current materials to openly-licensed content for you to consider. Successful applicants will receive support from a team of librarians and instructional designers who will help you adopt or adapt openly-licensed material for your use.


Visit the Affordable Learning site, call 216-875-9734 or contact your personal librarian for more information.
Affordable Learning @ Cleveland State University: making higher education more affordable for students, together.

 


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