Alternative Textbook Grantees will collaborate with the Office of Open Initiatives on their projects. The following are what each party will contribute to each project proposal.
Adopt and integrate course materials that are free to students by January 2020
Attend an Alternative Textbook Grant orientation held in May of 2019
License original content created as part of an ATG with an open license excluding those with "NoDerivatives" clauses
Archive original content created as part of an ATG in SHAREOK, OU's institutional repository
Materials developed as part of an ATG will be done so with an eye towards accessibility consulting with the Disability Resources Center when necessary.
Submit a syllabus to the Office of Open Initiatives that clearly declares that course materials can be accessed without cost and without the use of a login. Completing this marks the completion of the project
Office of Open Initiatives
Funding paid to grantee ($250 – $2500)
Assistance searching for open educational resources and library materials
Host an Alternative Textbook Grant orientation for grantees