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Task force will look into rising costs of classroom materials

booksPULLMAN, Wash. – In an effort to lessen the cost of higher education for Washington State University students, Interim President Dan Bernardo has convened a task force to address the rising costs of course materials.

A report will be submitted to Co-provosts Erica Austin and Ron Mittelhammer by May 15, with followup planned for fall as needed.

from-the-provost-logoStudents, faculty and staff will explore open source options and other alternatives to high-priced textbooks, clickers and other learning resources.

In the meantime, faculty can assist students by:

Turning in textbook requests for fall semester to the Bookie as early as possible.

Placing course materials on reserve, which can help students access materials.

Read all of this blog from the co-provosts at https://provost.wsu.edu/2016/03/14/costs-classroom-materials/

 

 

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