April 13, 2018
Open Alternative Textbook Award informational session today; applications due by April 20
Did you know there are awards of $2,000-$5,000 available for K-State faculty who want to create or adapt open or alternative textbooks for their classrooms? Proposals are due to the K-State Open/Alternative Textbook Fund by Friday, April 20.
Need some guidance on the application process? Attend an informational session on the Open/Alternative Textbook Award at noon April 13 in 407 Hale Library. If you are unable to attend in person, you can attend via Zoom.
Both individual faculty and teams that teach several sections of the same course are eligible to apply.
For questions about the initiative, assistance with locating or editing your resource or to discuss approaches applicants can use in their proposal, please contact the Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship, K-State Libraries.