Documentation of the processes developed for the deployment and sustainability of AL$ commercial programs. The design accommodates amendments and additions as they develop. (updated January 2022)
AL$ and Bookstores
While campus bookstores were one of the few campus entities not represented within a department at the Office of the Chancellor, Academic Technology Services embraced the 23 campus stores and invited them to participate in the Digital Marketplace program in 2009. Digital Marketplace was a development program for delivering technology-based formats of course materials for students. That development evolved into the deployment program Affordable Learning $olutions (AL$.) Throughout the years, the campus stores have been included in AL$ efforts including encouragement to participate in programs, invitation to provide input on issues and programs, support of store positions, and access to store-specific resources and tools.