UTA's Coalition for Alternative Resources in Education for Students (CARES) is a multidisciplinary group of stakeholders from across campus who are working together to raise awareness of alternatives to high-cost, commercial textbooks, such as open educational resources (OER) and other free or low-cost options. In addition to sharing information about these alternatives with our campus partners, the group is responsible for providing input and guidance on the university's open education initiatives.
Coalition membership for the 2017-18 academic year. Contact Michelle Reed at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information about the Coalition and our work. Slides from the fall meeting are available on SlideShare.
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Area Director, UTA Bookstore
Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Communication, UTA Libraries
Assistant Director for Testing and Technology, Office for Students with Disabilities
Ava Nell Harris
Content Delivery Librarian, UTA Libraries
Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Associate Professor, College of Business
Lecturer, College of Science
Course Materials Manager, UTA Bookstore
Executive Director, Institute for Sustainability and Global Impact
Undergraduate, Study Body President
Open Education Librarian, UTA Libraries
Assistant Director, University College
Associate Professor, College of Education
Amber Raley (not pictured)
Graduate Student, College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs
Video Introduction to Open Education
Dr. Robin DeRosa, a professor at Plymouth State University, explains how open education reduces barriers to education, empowers learners, and connects the academy to the world that it serves.