OU promotes lower course material costs for students through Alternative Textbook Grant Abby Tow, OU Daily

The average college student spends about $1,200 per year on textbooks and supplies, according to a national report — an amount that could pay for a student’s groceries for a semester. An OU libraries grant encourages professors to lighten this financial load. The Alternative Textbook Grant from OU libraries awards up to $2,500 to professors who opt for free course materials, rewarding instructors for contributing to OU’s effort to make information less costly and more accessible to everyone.
http://www.oudaily.com/culture/ou-promotes-lower-course-material-costs-for-students-through-alternative/article_d9cdcc4a-5f0f-11ea-8073-1724b3d23c2c.html

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