No-cost learning material: Perspectives from industrial and systems engineering students
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG) is an initiative that began in 2014, which supported faculty when transforming their previously required textbooks to low-cost, no-cost textbooks. The goal was to help reduce the financial burden on students in their pursuit of a college education. In this study, the researchers developed no-cost textbooks for two undergraduate industrial and systems engineering courses. Both quantitative and qualitative measures are used to assess the effectiveness of the textbook transformation and students’ experience of no-cost learning material in the Industrial and Systems Engineering program. The responses were overwhelmingly positive with respect to the no-cost textbooks in both courses.
Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Li, Lin; Keyser, Robert S.; and Pierson, Raven, "No-cost learning material: Perspectives from industrial and systems engineering students" (2021). Faculty Publications. 5257.