Affordable course content describes any free, low-cost, or openly licensed educational resources that can serve as alternatives to high-cost resources. Affordable course content can include syllabi, course modules, textbooks, videos, tests, journal articles, assessment tools, and any other materials used to support learning.
Most affordable course content still retains traditional copyright licensing, including restrictions on how a resource can be used or shared. The exception is open educational resources, which are free of cost and most copyright restrictions, allowing them to be freely used, edited, stored, and distributed.
Adoptions by Department/College
|History and American Studies||37|
|Classics, Philosophy, and Religion||17|
|Earth and Environmental Sciences||4|
|English and Linguistics||22|
|Sociology and Anthropology||24|
|Political Science and International Affairs||7|
|Theatre and Dance||5|
|Art and Art History||5|
Updated for Spring 2022.
Adoptions from the VIVA Faculty Textbook Portal and VIVA's Curriculum Drive Acquisitions program