The Student Public Interest Research Group did research and found that students could save an average of $128 per course if textbooks were replaced with “open-source” electronic versions.
These open-source books can be downloaded for free or offered at a low cost because they are created under an open license. According to the study, instructors can change the order in which the material appears in the open-source books to follow their individual syllabus.
To find out if using open-source textbooks is an option at a particular college, students should check with the school library.
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