|Submission Date||Sept. 13, 2019|
IN-41: Textbook Affordability
Institution supports textbook affordability by:
Hosting a peer-to-peer textbook exchange program, textbook lending library, or an alternate textbook project covering multiple divisions or departments; AND/OR
Providing incentives for academic staff that explicitly encourage the authorship, peer review, and/or adoption of open access textbooks (or alternate textbooks composed of open educational resources). The incentives may include honors, fellowships, titles, monetary rewards, and/or release time.
This credit is optional and may be earned by any institution that meets the criteria.
An institution earns 0.5 bonus points for meeting both of the criteria listed. Partial points are available. An institution that meets one, but not both, criteria earns 0.25 bonus points.
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