Textbook Affordability Week Video Contest
Faculty: Using low or no-cost textbooks in your classes?
Students: Frustrated by the rising cost of textbooks? Looking for alternatives to buying the book?
Tell your story and win a $100 University Store gift card!
Think about the ways you as a student or faculty member use low and no-cost course materials.
Faculty: Maybe you use them as the main text, or to supplement a traditional textbook. Maybe they've helped you customize your course or go beyond what's covered in the text.
Students: Maybe you’ve searched them out on your own to help prepare for a standardized test or to help understand material when the textbook just isn’t cutting it. Maybe your prof teaches a zero-cost textbook course and you're able to do other things with your money than buy a book.
Think about it, and then… make a video!
Who: Open to all currently enrolled BU students (graduate and undergraduate) and classroom faculty. Student and faculty videos will be judged separately.
What: Make a video (no more than 3 minutes) about how using low and no-cost textbooks and other course material has impacted your teaching and/or learning.
When: Deadline is 11:59 PM ET on Sunday, March 6, 2022.
To enter: Use this form.
Many thanks to the CGA/University Store for donating the prizes.
Winning submissions will be shared on the Andruss Library and University Store websites and social media channels and will be shared with BU marketing.
Questions? Katie Yelinek, Andruss Library, email@example.com
Thanks to those who entered! After reviewing the entries, the judges awarded a 1st prize winner in both the faculty category and the student category. Congratulations to Dr. Richard Paulsen, 1st place faculty winner, and Chase Bilodeau, 1st place student winner!
Textbook Affordability - Paulsen by Richard Paulsen is licensed under CC BY 4.0.
BU Textbook Affordability by Chase Bilodeau is marked with CC0 1.0 Universal.
Thanks to those who entered! We had two entries in the faculty category. Congratulations to Dr. Dennis Frohlich, 1st place winner, and Dr. Christina Francis, 2nd place winner!
CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Dennis Frohlich
Textbook video by Christina Francis is marked with CC0 1.0.
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