SPARC Projects

Connect OER

Open Education

Kansas State University

Manhattan, KS, United States
Official Website @KState

Type: Public 4-Year, Research University
Annual Enrollment: 24,766

  SPARC Member  

OER Webpage

Overview

http://www.lib.k-state.edu/open-textbook

The high cost of commercial print textbooks is a major concern for Kansas State University, students, and their parents. The initiative’s goal is to encourage the adoption and/or development of cost saving texts for students while improving the quality of the learning process. Through the initiative, faculty can receive a stipend up to $5,000 to develop or adopt an alternate to a traditional textbook.

The funds can be given to either an individual faculty member or a team of faculty teaching multiple sections of the same course. A proposed project may include: The use or adaptation of an existing open access textbook (see Resources to Find Open Textbooks); Library resources, high quality open educational resources (OER), media; and/or faculty-authored materials

For more information contact
Dr. Andy Bennett, Department of Mathematics | (785) 532-0562 | bennett@k-state.edu
Dr. Brian Lindshield, Department of Human Nutrition | (785) 532-7848 | blindsh@k-state.edu
Rebel Cumings-Sauls, Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship | (785) 532-7444 | cads@k-state.edu

Campus Details

Campus Entities Most Active in Efforts Advancing OER:

Library Departments Active in Efforts Advancing OER:

Academic Subjects With Greatest OER Traction:

Mechanisms to Support OER Included in the Following:




Point of Contact

Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship
Director, Libraries Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship
@NewPrairiePress