• Dr. Jenifer Schneider Publishes Open Access Children’s Literature Textbook

    Dr. Jenifer Schneider Publishes Open Access Children’s Literature Textbook

    March 14, 2016 Since its inception, USF’s Textbook Affordability Project has worked to help save students money on course materials....
  • Seeking Proposals for New Open Access Pilot: Update

    Seeking Proposals for New Open Access Pilot: Update

    Update: March 7, 2016 The proposal of Dr. Kingsley A. Reeves, professor of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, was...
  • New Open Courseware Released

    New Open Courseware Released

    On October 31, 2014 Dr. Autar Kaw, professor of mechanical engineering at the University of South Florida, simultaneously released...
  • Seeking Proposals for Open Access Pilot: Update

    Seeking Proposals for Open Access Pilot: Update

    Update: November 3, 2015 The proposal of Dr. Jenifer Schneider, professor of Childhood Literacy Education was selected for participation...
  • USF Professor’s Open Access Experience

    USF Professor’s Open Access Experience

    May 29, 2014 Dr. Anol Bhattacherjee is an Information Systems professor at the University of South Florida who understands the...
  • Internet2 / EDUCAUSE Etextbook Pilot

    Internet2 / EDUCAUSE Etextbook Pilot

    April 17, 2014 The University of South Florida joined twenty three other universities in the Internet 2 / EDUCAUSE Etextbook Pilot...
  • USF Students Create Mobile App for Buying and Selling Textbooks

    USF Students Create Mobile App for Buying and Selling Textbooks

    April 16, 2014 Marcus Ducheine and Travis Tyson are two USF students behind a new textbook buying and selling mobile application...
  • First-Year Composition Program Experiments with Etextbook Pilot

    First-Year Composition Program Experiments with Etextbook Pilot

    During the summer of 2012, the University of South Florida’s First-Year Composition (FYC) Program agreed to participate in the...

Spend Less on Textbooks

A service of the USF Tampa Library, the Textbook Affordability Project (TAP) helps counter the rising cost of an education by connecting students and faculty with alternatives to full-price textbooks.