Faculty put Affordable Learning Grants into action - Washington State University

Five WSU faculty members are working on creating open educational resources for their respective courses after earning Affordable Learning Grants. The projects will save WSU students an estimated $214,000 in 2020–21 by shifting from traditional textbooks to openly licensed course materials. Over the past four years, Affordable Learning Grants have led to more than $1 million savings in textbook costs for WSU students.
https://news.wsu.edu/2020/07/16/faculty-put-affordable-learning-grants-action/

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