UBC Library to support faculty in creating open textbooks and open educational resources through 1-year grant project - michelle blackwell, University of British Columbia

UBC Library Digital Initiatives is pleased to announce a 1-year, TLEF-funded project to promote the creation and use of open textbooks and open educational resources (OERs). Starting in May 2018, up to 5 grants of up to $1,800 each will be available to UBC faculty members interested in creating or adopting open resources to replace commercial materials in their courses. Funding will support faculty in developing open textbooks and OERs through sub-grants with dedicated Library staff support. https://about.library.ubc.ca/2018/02/21/ubc-library-to-support-faculty-in-creating-open-textbooks-and-open-educational-resources-through-1-year-grant-project/


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