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Alternative Textbooks (Open Educational Resources): Awardees 2021

This guide provides an overview of alternative textbooks (open educational resources) and offers assistance with finding, adopting, and creating them. © 2016-2021 University of Kentucky Libraries. Licensed with CC BY-SA 4.0.

Alternative Textbook Grant Program 2021

Thanks to the Senate Library Committee's evaluation of the submitted proposals, the University of Kentucky Libraries has concluded this year's Alternative Textbook Grant Program.  The 10 grant recipients are as follows:

Grant Recipients (Sorted by Last Name) Department and College Grant Category
Molly Blasing Department of Modern & Classical Languages, Literatures & Cultures, College of Arts and Sciences Creation
Tyrone Borders College of Nursing Adoption
Andrew Byrd and Brenna Byrd Department of Linguistics and Department of Modern & Classical Languages, Literatures & Cultures, College of Arts and Sciences Creation
Lauren Cagle Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies, College of Arts and Sciences Adoption
Lindsey Fay School of Interiors, College of Design Creation
Jennifer Lovely Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, College of Engineering Adoption
Sara Police Department of Pharmacology and Nutritional Sciences, College of Medicine Creation
Kay Shenoy Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences Creation
Stephen Voss Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences Creation
Jaleesa Wells Department of Arts Administration, College of Fine Arts Creation

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:

Jennifer Hootman
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.