ANLangdon@adams.edu / 719-587-7173
Print-on-demand is a great way for students to get print copies of open resources, if they so desire. Unlike traditionally-published textbooks, students can have both print and online versions with minimal cost. (For example, a new information literacy text costs $200; an OER printed via Lulu cost $13.61.) Some print-on-demand options are listed here; for more information about how to use these resources, contact Amanda Langdon, OER Librarian (ANLangdon@adams.edu).
Marking Open and Affordable Courses: Best Practices & Case Studies -- Open/CCL book detailing how universities and college campuses can distinguish courses and sections that use Open content (free or low-cost for students). * Note: this link is to the "pre-print" stage, and may differ from the final product, which will be included upon release.
InclusiveAccess.Org -- InclusiveAccess.org is a one-stop-shop for information, tools, and other resources to help administrators, faculty, students, and policymakers make informed decisions about Inclusive Access and its implications for the campus community. How exactly does Inclusive Access work? Does it really really save students money? What about this kind of program is “inclusive”? Straightforward answers to these questions aren’t always easy to find.