Nicholls faculty cuts costs for textbooks - Halle Parker, Houma Today

This year, students across several first and second-year courses at Nicholls State University didn’t have to think about how much their textbook would cost on top of their credit hours. Over 15 faculty members decided to use openly licensed textbooks as part of a move toward using more open educational resources, or OERs, in the classroom to improve affordability.


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