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Submit a proposal for an open educational resources grant

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The Office of the Provost is accepting proposals from faculty for projects to adapt, adopt or author open educational resources for an existing course. The submission deadline is April 1.

Open educational resources are high-quality curricular materials such as textbooks, lab notebooks, videos, quizzes or other ancillary items that are freely accessible to faculty and students. They grant copyright permissions for use and adaptation, free of charge.

Learn more about open educational resources, including where to locate peer-reviewed resources, in the course and subject guides.

You can also learn more about recently funded grants on the Open Education Resources Grants 2021 page. 

Support for grant development is available from the University Center for Teaching and Learning and the University Library System. If you would like to meet with someone from the Teaching Center prior to submitting your application, please fill out a pre-consultation survey form.

Submit your proposal.