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 ($1,000)
Randall Library will be accepting applications for mini-grants to change your required course textbook to a no-cost option for your students for the Fall 2020 or Spring 2021 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.
Applications for this grant cycle are now open! Apply by March 31, 2020.
Randall Library Open Education Mini-Grants Workshop: Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Interested in exploring OER? Plan to apply for this year's mini-grants? Join us for an information session on March 4 in Randall Library 1039 from 1-2 pm. Register by filling out this form.