by Mandi Goodsett, Performing Arts & Humanities Librarian, Michael Schwartz Library
Affordable Learning @ Cleveland State University has been launched. In partnership with the Open Textbook Network and OhioLINK, Cleveland State University's Affordable Learning initiative is committed to making learning more affordable for students, while also promoting pedagogical innovation and improved student outcomes. To learn more and participate in this effort, check out our initiatives:
- Textbook Affordability Grants offered on a regular basis to faculty for adopting or adapting an open textbook or library-licensed content.
- Textbook Center: Limited selection of textbooks available for students to check out for two hours at a time.
- Assigned Textbooks as Library-Licensed eBooks: The Library offers some eTextbooks, which are digital versions of books required for classes. These digital resources allow for unlimited simultaneous student users, can be accessed off-campus, and do not cost students any additional money.
- Affordability Team: A group of librarians, instructional designers, IT staff, and others available to answer questions about affordable course materials at CSU.
>>For more information, visit the Affordable Learning website.