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Incentives : Redesigns & Reviews!

Another Round! Faculty, $250 for review of an open textbook. $1000 and up for a course redesign. Apply now!

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You design, students learn.

"If education is necessary for securing certain basic human rights (as philosophers like Martha Nussbaum have argued), then lack of access to education is itself an issue of justice. Providing high quality, low-cost textbooks is one, small part of making higher education more affordable and thus more equitable and just. This open textbook is a contribution towards that end."

From the Preface to "Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking" by Matthew J. VanCleave licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Peer-reviewed, openly licensed textbook. Dr. Edward J. Neth, UCONN Chemistry, Senior Contributing Author.

UConn's Chemistry Atoms First by Dr. Edward J. Neth

Thanks to the Undergraduate Student Government Association for their activism and funding.

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