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Affordable Textbooks: A Policy Guide
The purpose of this guide is to provide policy guidance to thought leaders and decision-makers from all levels of institutions and government – from individual campuses considering policies that support open textbook use and development to state legislators that are considering approaches to making textbooks more affordable.
This guide contains:
1. Issue Background
2. Open Textbook Policy Ideas
3. Key Constituencies & Addressing Their Concerns
4. Additional Components of a Good Policy
5. Sample Policies
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