Mark Moritz proposes a redesign of the cultural anthropology course, based on online materials from Michael Wesch. Moritz aims to turn the course into a learning experience...
ALX grants help faculty transform their course materials for courses of all sizes and types at Ohio State. Typical projects employ multiple strategies, including adopting an open textbook, adapting or remixing open-licensed materials or even creating brand new resources. Each project results in a customized learning experience for students.
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Dennis Learning Center
This project aims to reduce the cost of a mandatory course supply kit by purchasing an adequate supply of specialized tools that are unlikely to be needed beyond the study of...
In this proposal that spans two regional campuses, Andrew Kinney will curate a collection of digital materials and series of student-enrichments for the compositions course....
After an extended formal assessment process, Christa Teston will replace a textbook with a living, open source repository that provides accessible and affordable materials for...
Evolution Ecology and Organismal Biology
Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
Elizabeth Miller will lead the expansion of the Ximera open textbook platform to the Calculus 1, 2, and 3 courses offered on all of Ohio State’s campuses, including Calculus...
Moritz College of Law
School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences
Erika Kemp proposes to replace the materials from two courses with a collection of curated materials, including videos, Medicare resources, and patient simulation videos....