LBCC offers textbook affordability grants each year to fund OER development and other ways of saving students money and increasing access to course resources. Estimates indicate that for every $1 spent funding OER work, students will realize $10 in savings. Over $550,000 total was saved in the first year alone.
OpenOregon offers a separate grant opportunity. More money is available to fund larger projects, and you can work across Oregon institutions (collaborating with faculty at OSU, for example).
Contact a librarian with general questions or for help finding resources and understanding licenses/copyright.
OER & Textbook Affordability Librarian: Michaela Willi Hooper
Contact the Center for Accessibility Resources (CFAR) with questions about accessibility.
Manager: Carol Raymundo
Contact Lori Rowton with questions about timecards.
Contact the Campus Store with questions about printing and textbook adoptions.
Manager: Lawrence LaJoie
Contact the Learning Innovation Center to discuss instructional strategies or schedule an SGID (focus group) to get feedback from your students.
Coordinator: Jessica Winans