As of December 2019, 5 mini-grants have been funded with an estimated per semester of cumulative savings to students of $14,935.00.
Open Education Mini-grants (up to $1,000)
Randall Library Open Education Mini-grants Workshop
Thank you again to those who attended the Randall Library Open Education Mini-grant session on January 23rd led by Ashley Knox and Beth Thompson. See the links below for guidance on submitting a mini-grant application.
Open Education Mini-grants workshop presentation slides
Randall Library will be accepting applications for a mini-grant to change your required course textbook to a no-cost option for your students for the Fall 2019 or Spring 2020 semester. You can use an open textbook, other open access scholarly resources, or library-owned content that students can download. Funds go toward helping faculty with updating their syllabus by adoption, adaption or creation of open source textbooks and materials.
Complete the mini-grant application here.
Applications for this grant cycle are closed. Stay tuned for the 2020-2021 grant cycle opportunities in early spring 2020.