Data Highlights Spring 2023
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- At Georgia State University, ALG grants have affected over 120,000 students, the most of any USG institution. Kennesaw State University and Georgia Highlands College follow in second and third.
- As of spring 2023, Georgia Highlands College had saved students the most money of any institution -- approximately $14.9 million.
- The five institutions with the most no- or low-cost sections are: Georgia State University (4203), University of West Georgia (2657), University of Georgia (2498), University of North Georgia (1360), and Columbus State (1268).
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- Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
- Albany State University
- Atlanta Metropolitan State College
- Augusta University
- College of Coastal Georgia
- Clayton State University
- Columbus State University
- Dalton State College
- East Georgia State College
- Fort Valley State University
- Georgia Southern University
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- Georgia College & State University
- Georgia Gwinnett College
- Georgia Highlands College
- Gordon State College
- Georgia Southwestern State University
- Kennesaw State University
- Middle Georgia State University
- South Georgia State College
- Savannah State University
- University of Georgia
- University of North Georgia
- University of West Georgia
- Valdosta State University
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Institutional Affordable Learning Programs
USG institutions are joining the effort to make educational resources more affordable. The following programs, which also support affordable educational resources implementation and creation, are funded and managed by one USG institution:
Research and Scholarship by OER Authors
Sargent, E., Shaikh, A., Karla Sue Marriott, Porter, T., Cannon-Rech, D. N., & Landge, S. M. (2022). “Introducing the Remote Mentoring of Undergraduate Research Students (ReMentURS) Workshop Series: Initial Evaluation and Plans for Wider Implementation.” International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Zheng, J., Li, Z., Li, L., & Rutherfoord, R. (2020). Transformation at Scale: A Departmental Effort to Adopt and Develop IT Open Educational Resources. In M. Khosrow-Pour D.B.A. (Ed.), Open Educational Resources (OER) Pedagogy and Practices (pp. 42-66). IGI Global.