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Textbook Transformation Grants

Through a blind review evaluation process, twelve HBCUs were selected to receive a Textbook Transformation Grant (TBTG) sub-award.  Faculty and librarian teams will work in partnership to redesign a General Education Course (GEC) to replace a commercial textbook with a low-cost or no-cost textbook.

The Textbook Transformation Grant sub-award recipient institutions and the title of the GEC courses that will be redesigned are listed below. Click HERE for a summary of each institution’s textbook transformation project!

Atlanta University Center – Morehouse College
Social Problems and Global Issues

Bennett College
Introduction to United States Government

Florida A&M University
Introduction to African American History

Lincoln University of Pennsylvania
Introduction to Mass Communications

Miles College
English Composition I

St. Philip’s College
Fine Arts Appreciation

Tennessee State University
American History II

Trenholm State Community College
Principles of Biology I

Prairie View A&M University
College Biology I

South Carolina State University
History of World Civilization-Beginnings to 1750

University of the Virgin Islands
World Literature I

Texas Southern University
Introduction to Computer Science

The HBCU Academic Librarians Open Educational Resources project is designed to promote college affordability through the training of academic librarians to become advocates of Open Education Resources initiatives at their respective institutions.

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