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Fall 2022 Textbook Affordability Small Grants

posted by Donna Stewart on 2022-10-03T15:02:00-04:00 in Open Access, Faculty Excellence | Comments


affordable learning at Cleveland State UniversityAnnouncing our Fall 2022 Textbook Affordability Small Grants for Faculty

Textbook Affordability Grants are offered through the Michael Schwartz Library to encourage and support the creation or compilation of low-cost or no-cost course materials. Faculty whose projects are selected will receive grant amounts ranging from $500 to $2500 depending on the project. Appropriate support to create or compile an open educational textbook or other educational resources to replace a traditional, high-cost textbook will be provided by the Michael Schwartz Library, the Center for eLearning, the Center for Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, and the Center for Faculty Excellence. Five awards are available.

The deadline to complete the Intent to Submit Form is October 31, 2022

The deadline to submit the Textbook Affordability Grant Application is December 2, 2022


The goal of the grant is to encourage and support adoption of openly licensed course materials in order to save students money and encourage student-centered pedagogy. Since 2016, our Textbook Affordability Grants have saved CSU students over a million dollars.
 

Congratulations to faculty who were awarded Textbook Affordability Grants last year:

  • Todd Morgan, Assistant Professor, Management Department, for his MGT 443/543 classes.
  • Peter Manos, Professor, History Department, for his HIS 111 classes.
  • Kelly Wrenhaven, Associate Professor of Classics/Director of Classical Studies, History department for her HIS 330 classes.
  • Vania de Paoli, Senior Lecturer, Chemistry Department, for her CHM 331 classes.
  • Yuchen Liu, Visiting Assistant Professor, Communication Department, for her COM 227 classes.

The Michael Schwartz Library is committed to empowering students and faculty by providing access to resources in support of research and teaching. As an integral part of the University's mission to provide accessible, affordable, and Engaged Learning opportunities, we support the development of open educational resources and work to promote equitable access to education for all.


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