Letter to the Editor: Rising textbook prices require support of Open Educational Resources - Eric-John Szczepaniak and Autumn Mueller, Lanthorn

College today is far more expensive than it was in decades prior. When our state college was founded, the state pitched in a much higher percentage of the overall costs. Now there is much more of a burden placed upon the individual student. This should concern us all. How do we ensure that the Grand Valley experience is accessible to all? One may feel hopeless when faced with a challenge as great as this. However, this is a time to work more collaboratively to better serve all students. This can be done with an intentional and university-wide strategic commitment to Open Educational Resources (OER).


Popular posts from this blog

2019-20 Alternative Textbook Grant Recipients Named - Autumn Miller, University of Kentucky

Criminal Justice Associate Program Redesigned for Zero Textbook Costs - Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology

Sharing the love: OSU librarian works to increase educational resources for students and faculty - Oklahoma Christian School