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The library will work with teaching faculty to reduce students' textbook costs and increase their academic engagement through two concurrent strategies:
Assist departmental faculty as they adopt or adapt open textbooks as the basis for their syllabi
Identify required texts that either the library already owns as e-books or can purchase as e-books that students may use in addition to, or instead of, a print copy that they purchase. (Traditional textbooks are not normally available for the library to purchase as e-books)
Benefits to students include a reduction in the cost of attending college and increased opportunities for engagement and academic success. Helping with textbook affordability is a Library goal. George Fox librarians look forward to working with faculty colleagues to provide high quality educational resources to students while saving them money.