In Fall 2016, UK Libraries invited faculty to apply for a grant in support of the adoption of an alternative textbook, open course content, or UK Libraries' licensed resource(s) as a replacement to traditional commercial textbooks. Each of the following faculty has received a grant of $1,500 for their proposals.
|Grant Recipients (by Last Name)||Department and College|
|Ming-Yuan Chih||Department of Clinical Science, College of Health Sciences|
|Claire Clark||Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine|
|Robin Cooper||Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences|
|Sara Ellis-Hebble||Department of Mathematics, College of Arts and Sciences|
|Rachel Farr||Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences|
|Christopher Huggins||Department of Sociology, College of Arts and Sciences|
|Alexandre Martin||Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering|
|Vincent Venditto||Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy|
This video fills you in on what grant recipients and students think about the Alternative Textbook Grant Program. If you have questions about alternative textbooks or the Grant Program, feel free to contact:
Coordinator of Digital Scholarship
University of Kentucky Libraries
Inquiries about the availability of alternative textbooks in particular subject areas can be sent to the academic liaisons of the concerned subject areas or to Jennifer Hootman.