Want to save students money and be sure they're ready for class? Textbook prices have increased faster than college tuition in recent years. Students hold off on purchasing necessary textbooks, or, sometimes, don't purchase them at all.
The future is moving toward free, open-source textbooks.
The links below list free books and textbooks for your classroom.
If you teach a course, and can use one of these free resources, contact your curriculum team.
If you're an administrator, ask your faculty to consider these resources.
Galileo allows you to download PDF versions of textbooks by chapter or in their entirety.
OpenStax provides free-to-use, peer-reviewed textbooks and low-cost tutoring
ProQuest E-Book Central is available through a university subscription.