Special Call for Open Educational Resources Zero Textbook Course

The call for proposals is now closed.

Proposal

The FCTL is partnering with Meyer Library to support faculty in the creation of a “Zero Textbook” course.  This special Curriculum Innovation grant will support faculty efforts to reduce student costs associated with textbooks and course materials while maintaining a high-quality course design and high-impact learning experiences for students.

Available Funding:

A $2,400 stipend per course will be awarded to faculty who review and create, adopt and/or adapt Open Educational Resources to design their course as a “Zero Textbook” course.

Eligibility:

Any course with a total enrollment of 150 students or more in an academic semester is eligible for consideration. Proposals may be submitted by a single faculty member or up to three faculty members working collaboratively to create Open Educational Resources for a single course.

Call for Proposals

The call will be open October 14, 2019 until November 8, 2019.

Resources on OER:

Additional information for finding and using Open Educational Resources can be found at:

Assistance:

Faculty can contact the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning or Meyer Library Research and Instructional Services for assistance developing their OER proposal.