Solving & Promoting Textbook Affordability: A Case Study Series

Sponsored by Taylor & Francis

Taylor & Francis presents a special series of case studies called “Solving & Promoting Textbook Affordability.” In this series, four academic libraries describe how they implemented or improved upon textbook affordability and OER programs. In each case study, librarians discuss their unique challenges, outline their solutions, and reveal the results of their efforts—while looking ahead at longer-term opportunities for expanding access to low-cost or free scholarly resources.

Getting an Affordable Learning Solutions Program Back on Track: California State University, Dominguez Hills Access the case study here.

Helping Students Get an Education Through Low-Cost Textbooks: Marshall University Access the case study here.

How a Solo Librarian Advocates for Affordable Textbooks: Midland University Access the case study here.

How a Large Metropolitan University Saves Its Students Money: University of Central Florida. Access the case study here.

Watch the July 20th companion webinar recording

How Academic Librarians Are Working with Faculty to Source Affordable Textbooks for Students Webinar
Watch Now! Our panelists will walk attendees through a new group of case studies that address how academic librarians at four different universities are actively collaborating with faculty on affordable textbook alternatives that greatly reduce costs for their students.

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*Choice case studies are paid sponsorship opportunities and do not reflect the views of Choice, ACRL, or the ALA.