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Open Educational Resources

You may also examine a physical copy in the library at QH303.2.B56 2019

This textbook is available for purchase on Amazon for $42.00 for those who would prefer a physical copy

You may also examine a physical copy in the library at QD31.3.F592 2019

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You may also examine a physical copy in the library at E178.1.A4936 21019 v.1

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You may also examine a physical copy in the library at PS201.B47 2015

This textbook is available for purchase on Amazon for $60.00 for those who would prefer a physical copy.

You may also examine a physical copy in the library at HD30.4 .P75 2019​

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You may also examine a physical copy in the library at QA154.3.A32695 2015

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FYI - This is the most popular textbook on college physics in the United States!
 
You may also examine a physical copy in the library at QC23.2.U76 2019

This textbook is available for purchase on Amazon for $50.00 for those who would prefer a physical copy.

You may also examine a physical copy in the library at HM586 .I58 2016

This textbook is available for purchase on Amazon for $29.00 for those who would prefer a physical copy.

If you are already using OER Textbooks, we would like to share your story. Contact the library at 231-2049 or library@andersonuniversity.edu

For the last 10 years I have used a standard print textbook for my PS 101 American Government course, however for fall (2021) I have decided to switch to an OER textbook that is offered through OpenStax.  After comparing the current textbook I use, which is in its 13th edition, with the one offered by OpenStax it was an easy decision.  Since the core content that I wanted my students to have access to was nearly identical, they would be able to access the OER text on their iPad or print out specific sections, and they would save nearly $50 I decided it was time to switch to an OER.

- Roger Flynn, Chair Department of History and Political Science