November 27, 2020

Research Article: “But What Do The Students Think: Results of the CUNY Cross-Campus Zero-Textbook Cost Student Survey”

The following article appears in the latest issue of Open Praxis.

Title

But What Do The Students Think: Results of the CUNY Cross-Campus Zero-Textbook Cost Student Survey

Authors

Shawna Brandle
Kingsborough Community College

Stacy Katz
Lehman College

Anne Hays
College of Staten Island

Amy Beth
Guttman Community College

Cailean Cooney
New York City College of Technology

Jacqueline DiSanto & Linda Miles
Hostos Community College

Abigail Morrison
CUNY School of Professional Studies

Source

Open Praxis
Vol. 11 Issue 1, January–March 2019
DOI: 10.5944/openpraxis.11.1.932

Abstract

The results of the first cross-campus survey of student opinions on Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) courses are in: City University of New York (CUNY) students like their ZTC courses, primarily for the cost savings and ease of access. The survey results yield rich data about how positively students feel about their Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) courses as well as ways to improve the design and delivery of Zero Textbook Cost courses to make them more beneficial for student learning.

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