Affordable and Open Educational Resources Grants
About the Grants
To address the high costs of textbooks and other academic resources, the Library and the Center for Teaching and Learning are sponsoring grants for faculty who are interested in incorporating open and affordable educational resources into their courses.
Grant funding will be awarded in amounts from $500 to $1,000.
Information about applying for the next round of grants will be posted here.
Previous Grant Recipients
In 2018, four faculty members received funding for the incorporation of affordable course materials and Open Educational Resources (OER) into a course:
- Lucy Goodhart, Politics
- Silvia Monteleone, Italian Studies
- Jerry Samet, Philosophy
- Peter Gould, Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies
In 2016, the first year of grant program, five faculty members received funding for the incorporation of affordable course materials and Open Educational Resources (OER) into a course:
- David Engerman, History
Course: U.S. Responses to Global Inequality: Recent Histories
- Colleen Hitchcock, Biology
- Xiadong Liu, Psychology
Course: Advanced Psychological Statistics
- Sean Milligan, Rabb
Course: Challenges in Project Management
- Patricia Steiner, Rabb
Course: Organization Leadership and Decision Making