Florida State University Open Textbook Workshop application
Florida State University is sponsoring an Open Textbook workshop.

When: Thursday, October 25th, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Where: Strozier Library, Bradley Reading Room

FSU faculty are invited to apply by Friday, October 12th. Capacity is limited and open textbooks are not available for all subjects. Preference will be based on textbook subject area availability.

After the workshop, participants will be asked to write a short review of an open textbook. Your review will benefit other faculty considering open textbooks.

The first 20 faculty who submit a written review following the workshop will receive a $200 stipend.

This workshop is sponsored by FSU Libraries and the Office of the Provost.

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Classes/Courses you teach: Please provide descriptive course names as well as course designators. This information will help us gauge whether or not relevant open textbooks exist for your field. *
(e.g., PHYS 2205 – Introductory Physics)
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Title of the Open Textbook Selected for Review (more instructions will be provided at the workshop for this process) *
Please identify an Open Textbook from the Open Textbook Library at open.umn.edu. If you need help or have questions about selecting a book, please contact Devin Soper, Scholarly Communications Librarian, at dsoper@fsu.edu or Sarah Cohen from the Open Textbook Network at sfcohen@umn.edu. If an open textbook is not available for your course/discipline, you are welcome to attend the workshop but will not be eligible for a stipend.
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Availability for October 25th workshop. *
Attending the workshop is one of the requirements for earning the stipend. Please confirm that you are available to attend if selected.
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Additional Information:
The Open Textbook workshop is a member benefit of FSU's membership in the Open Textbook Network, an alliance of schools committed to access, affordability, and student academic success through the use of open textbooks. The workshop will be run by Dr. Abbey Dvorak and Josh Bolick from the University of Kansas.
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