Initiative saves Penn State Abington students more than $45,000 on textbooks - Regina Broscius, Penn State Abington

Penn State Abington students saved more than $45,000 this semester after seven faculty members redesigned courses to eliminate the need for textbook purchases while maintaining the integrity of the coursework.  With support from the Affordable Course Content Faculty Fellowship funded by a Chancellor's Grant, the faculty adopted free course materials, revised their syllabi, and made changes to teaching practices.


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