Event Title

Apply for a Textbook Affordability Small Grant--Intent to Submit Deadline October 31, 2022

Program Type

Other

Start Date and Time

25-10-2022 10:00 AM

Location

Apply online

Program Description

Textbook Affordability Small Grants are offered through the Michael Schwartz Library to encourage and support the creation or compilation of low-cost or no-cost course materials. Depending on the project, faculty whose projects are selected will each receive a grant of $500 to $2500. 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. Five awards are available. Intent to submit (required before submitting application) deadline is October 31, 2022 and Grant applications are due December 2, 2022.

Textbook Affordability Grant Overview

Textbook Affordability Grant Application (log in with your CSU email address).

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.

Contact your personal librarian for more information.

This document is currently not available here.

Share

 
COinS
 
Oct 25th, 10:00 AM

Apply for a Textbook Affordability Small Grant--Intent to Submit Deadline October 31, 2022

Apply online

Textbook Affordability Small Grants are offered through the Michael Schwartz Library to encourage and support the creation or compilation of low-cost or no-cost course materials. Depending on the project, faculty whose projects are selected will each receive a grant of $500 to $2500. 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. Five awards are available. Intent to submit (required before submitting application) deadline is October 31, 2022 and Grant applications are due December 2, 2022.

Textbook Affordability Grant Overview

Textbook Affordability Grant Application (log in with your CSU email address).

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.

Contact your personal librarian for more information.