Cohort seeks to lessen students’ textbook expenses - Carolina Alvarez, the Prospector

Creative Studios and UTEP’s library are working together in a faculty-led cohort to create educational resources that are cheaper than textbooks for students, following the passing of Senate Bill 810.  SB 810, which passed in June 2017 and signed by the Texas Senate, encourages colleges and universities to create Open Educational Resources (OER) to support students, according to Steven Varela, associate director of Creative Studios and Technology Support Services.


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