Open Educational Resources and Alternative Textbook Mini Grant Winners announced

Ottenheimer Library

Six faculty members have received UA Little Rock Open Educational Resources and Alternative Textbook mini grants.

The grants, sponsored by eLearning and Ottenheimer Library, provide up to $1,000 to innovative faculty who plan to integrate open educational resources, affordable course content, and/or open access materials into their online course content during Fall 2018.  

Open educational resources are educational materials in the public domain or introduced with an open license, meaning they can be used freely, which can help lower classroom costs. Educational materials like textbooks, curriculum, lecture notes, syllabi, assignments, and tests would be open to the public and could be used by students and faculty without cost.

Grant recipients will participate in campus presentations as part of Open Education Week in Spring 2019.

Recipients include:

Ann Childers, Assistant Professor and Graduate Coordinator, Mathematics and Statistics

Amar Kanekar, Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator – Health, Human Performance, and Sport Management

Denise LeGrand, Senior Instructor and Mathematics Assistance Center Coordinator, Mathematics and Statistics

Bennie Prince, Advanced Assistant Professor – Health, Human Performance, and Sport Management

Brian Ray, Assistant Professor and Director of Composition, Rhetoric and Writing

Daryl Tate, Assistant Professor, School of Education

Photo of Ottenheimer Library by Benajamin Krain.

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