College textbooks are expensive. However, if you’d like to save your students some money next semester, then we suggest you consider adopting an open access textbook as an official resource for your course. According to Anthony Scheffler, Associate Dean for the College of Education and Human Services, “This is a movement that is gaining popularity among universities now.”
Open access textbooks are in the public domain, free, inexpensive or may be downloaded on eReaders for a small fee.
Below are links to articles shared by Scheffler