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Affordable course materials electronic textbooks and open educational resources

Author: Chris Diaz
Publisher: Chicago ALA Editions, an imprint of the American Library Association 2017.
Series: ALCTS monograph.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

By offering and spotlighting affordable course materials, academic libraries can prove their value while helping to create a more equitable learning experience for students. In this book, the  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Estudio de casos
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Diaz
ISBN: 9780838915806 0838915809
OCLC Number: 1126453534
Description: xii, 144 páginas ilustraciones, gráficos 23 cm
Contents: Collecting the cirriculum --
One size fits none: the UCLA Library's customized approach to course materials / Sharon E. Farb and Dawn Setzler --
Curriculum driven acquisitions: the University of Arizona Libraries' evolving role in campus materials support / Jim Martin and Niamh Wallace --
Thinking outside the pages: the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's Atkins Library e-textbook program / Elizabeth Siler --
The bottom line: DDA, e-textbooks, and student savings at Louisiana State University Libraries / Alice Daugherty and Emily Frank --
Textbooks and course adoption materials at New York University Shanghai / Michael Hughes --
The North Carolina State University Libraries' alt-textbook project: open education that opens a door to the library / Kristine Alpi, William Cross, Greg Raschke, and Madison Sullivan --
Connecting library textbook programs to campus initiatives / Josh Cromwell --
Disrupting the model: fostering cultural change through academic partnerships / Aimee deNoyelles, John Raible, Penny Beile, and Sarah Norris --
Textbook and OER practices in the humanities and social sciences: a case study at the University of Florida / April Hines, Stacey Ewing, Colleen Seale, and Melissa Clapp.
Series Title: ALCTS monograph.
Responsibility: edited by Chris Diaz.


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