Affordable Course Materials by Chris DiazIntroduction : 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.
Call Number: Z675.U5 A4147
Publication Date: 2017-07-01
Interactive Open Educational Resources by John D. ShankA Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2014! Sponsored by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), this one-of-a-kind book demonstrates the best tools, resources, and techniques for discovering, selecting, and integrating interactive open educational resources (OERs) into the teaching and learning process. The author examines many of the best repositories and digital library websites for finding high quality materials, explaining in depth the best practices for effectively searching these repositories and the various methods for evaluating, selecting, and integrating the resources into the instructor's curriculum and course assignments, as well as the institution's learning management system.