Georgia State U. says digital textbooks will save students $300K - Jake Williams, EdScoop

Open educational resources will save more than 1,000 criminal justice and criminology students a total of nearly $300,000 annually, Georgia State University announced this week. Affordable Learning Georgia — a University System of Georgia initiative to help state schools embrace OER and open textbooks — is bringing its students at GSU’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies’ Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology the new digital learning materials through a $30,000 Textbook Transformation Grant, it announced Tuesday.


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