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Faculty Grants for Affordable and Open Educational Resources

January 22nd, 2018 · 1 Comment

After the success of the first year of Faculty Grants for Affordable and Open Educational Resources, Brandeis Library and the Center for Teaching & Learning are sponsoring a second year of grants for faculty who are interested in addressing the high costs of textbooks and other academic resources. We encourage interested faculty to apply! Applications are due February 18, 2018. Grant funding will be awarded in amounts from $500-$1,000.

The first year of grant recipients included faculty members from a wide range of academic programs:

  • Colleen Hitchcock, Biology
    Course: Ecology
  • David Engerman, History
    Course: U.S. Responses to Global Inequality: Recent Histories
  • Patricia Steiner, Rabb
    Course: Organization Leadership and Decision Making
  • Sean Milligan, Rabb
    Course: Challenges in Project Management
  • Xiadong Liu, Psychology
    Course: Advanced Psychological Statistics

More information about the grant program

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  • Graduate Student // Jan 24th 2018 at 2:00 pm

    That is such a great idea! I’ll let my professors know about it. I hope they think about it. Many students would benefit if professors would use more affordable resources!

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