Use of open educational resources grows at Greenwood institutions - ALEKS GILBERT, Index Journal

The push to bring down the cost of textbooks at Greenwood institutions continues, with Lander University and Piedmont Technical College expanding the number of courses that rely on free or low-cost alternatives. Piedmont Tech and Lander have touted their efforts to reduce financial barriers to enrollment, and textbooks are low-hanging fruit in this regard, said Jack Bagwell, vice president of academic affairs at Piedmont Tech.
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