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Winning Faculty Allies in the Struggle for Affordable Course Material Solutions

Posted by Lori Reese on Jan 22, 2018 5:30:00 AM
Topics: faculty, faculty relations

Would you like to know how and why faculty treat textbooks the way they do? According to our report, “Winning Faculty Allies in the Struggle for Affordable Course Material Solutions,” many teachers are emperors of their classrooms: They select their books with a keen interest in maintaining academic freedom — and they don’t expect input from others.

Find out how faculty choices affect the cost of education and how your administration can win allies in reducing course material costs in this exclusive report.

Winning Faculty Allies in the Struggle for Affordable Course Material Solutions

About Lori Reese

Lori Reese has more than 15 years’ experience teaching in college and K-12 classrooms. She studied philosophy as an undergraduate at the University of Chicago, earned an MA in English and Creative Writing from Hollins University and an MFA from University of North Carolina - Greensboro. At UNCG she won the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award and received a Fulbright to conduct research for a novel in Sri Lanka. She has taught undergraduate creative writing, composition and literature as well as seminars for the Lloyd International International Honors Program. She worked in private K-12 education for two years as an English teacher and Academic Dean.

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