FSU: Alternative textbook grants for faculty aim to reduce financial burden on students

FSU: Alternative textbook grants for faculty aim to reduce financial burden on students

FSU: Alternative textbook grants for faculty aim to reduce financial burden on students

FSU Libraries is currently taking applications for new Alternative Textbook Grants to support Florida State University faculty in replacing commercial textbooks with open source alternatives to be made available to students at no cost. Open textbooks are written by experts and peer-reviewed, just like commercial textbooks, but are published under open copyright licenses so that they can be downloaded and distributed for free.

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