ALG is looking for qualified reviewers able to review grant proposals for Round Fifteen, from September 17-30, 2019.
Affordable Learning Georgia is issuing a Request for Proposals for Textbook Transformation Grants with applications due by April 8, 2019.
Lumen Learning is coordinating a series of roundtable sessions featuring faculty members sharing their experiences teaching with some of Lumen’s leading OER courses. These roundtable sessions provide a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss learning design, lessons from the transition to OER, and the impact on students and faculty:
March 27-31 is Open Education Week 2017, a global celebration of remixing, revising, redistributing, retaining, and reusing Open Educational Resources in the classroom. This year, Affordable Learning Georgia is focusing on OER awareness and education during Open Education Week. ALG will host a series of free instructional web events on open educational resources and our programs. Continue reading
Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG) announces the release of five new free and open-licensed textbooks, produced by the University System of Georgia and published by the University of North Georgia Press.
Affordable Learning Georgia details some of the plans it has for the first few months of the new year.
Please join Affordable Learning Georgia this Wednesday for the noon webinar “Open” Your Campus: Advocacy and Campus Planning for Affordable Learning.
Two MGA faculty members are the recipients of an Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant in the latest round of awards. Congratulations to Edwynn Wallace and Malev Shah!