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Alternative Textbook Resources

  • College Open Textbooks
    Focusing on community colleges, this organization "is a collection of colleges, governmental agencies, education non-profits, and other education-related organizations that are focused on the mission of driving awareness, adoptions, and affordability of open textbooks."
  • OER Commons
    A digital library of open educational resources (including textbooks). Searchable by grade/educational level.
  • Open Stax College
    Offers free, peer-reviewed textbooks (free online access, lower-cost print textbooks) for high-enrollment courses such as psychology, sociology, and algebra.
  • OhioLINK
    While not designed to supply textbooks, students may be able to find & borrow copies of their required text(s) through the Ohio statewide academic library system.


Community College Resources

General Higher Education Resources

Ohio Higher Education Resources

Statistical Resources

  • AAUP Faculty Salary Survey
    "Ten years of average faculty salaries at more than 1,200 institutions."
  • Grapevine
    "Publishes annual compilations of data on state tax support for higher education."
  • Higher Education Data and Reports (Ohio Board of Regents)
    Various reports and statistical data related to Ohio's college and universities.
  • IPEDS Data Center
    "IPEDS Data Center is a free consumer information tool designed to help students, institutions, university administrators, statisticians, and others get the postsecondary education data they need."
  • National Center for Education Statistics
    "The primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education."
  • National Survey of Student Engagement
    "Obtains, on an annual basis, information from hundreds of four-year colleges and universities nationwide about student participation in programs and activities that institutions provide for their learning and personal development."

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