Textbook Affordability Study | Librarian Resources

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A Textbook Affordability Study with Librarians and Faculty

Are you a librarian who has strong relationships with faculty?

Are you a faculty member who has strong relationships with librarians?

Does quality collaboration between librarians and faculty members save your students money on their textbooks?

If so, we need your voice!

We’re looking for key faculty and library staff members from community colleges, large public universities, private liberal arts colleges, and private doctoral universities.

T&F invites you to participate in a conversation with Choice about how your institution addresses textbook affordability issues by collaborating in strategic ways with librarians and faculty.

Topics we’d love your input on:

  • Concern for textbook affordability
  • Faculty advocating for sourcing textbooks through their library
  • Librarian/Faculty relationship challenges and solutions
  • What results in a strong relationship between faculty and librarians?
  • Communication modes and channels between librarians and faculty

We’ll use the information you provide to develop case studies with Choice and present our findings in a webinar to provide insight on how librarian collaboration with faculty from a variety of academic environments helps to challenge and overcome textbook affordability issues in higher education.

To join in this conversation, please fill out the form to let us know what type of institution you represent, topics you have experience with, or any other details you think would be relevant.

Not sure if you have a story to tell? Contact Chelsea Kaiser at [email protected] to discuss whether your unique experience could be useful to our case study.

If you would like to view our previous case studies on textbook affordability, check out our 2019 librarian and faculty survey reports.

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