MERLOT and the HBCU AL$ Leadership Community has developed and organized a full range of support services to help you plan and implement your own effective AL$ program. The diagram below provides you the 5 key elements of our support services. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, through the support of their Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness Program, has supported us organizing these services for you.
The HBCU Leadership Community has been providing a number of opportunities for HBCU faculty, staff, and administrators to learn more about how they can plan and implement their AL$ program successfully.
Looking for an overview of AL$? Executive Director Gerry Hanley provide an introduction to AL$ to the University of Maryland System (45 minute video)
Looking to meet up with your colleagues at conferences about AL$? The HBCU AL$ Steering Committee organizes events and summits at conferences so campus faculty and staff and personally share and learn from one another in a collegial, professional development environment.
The HBCU Leadership Committee is investigating the following questions through surveys and interviews. Would you like to participate? Contact us!
Are you using free eTextbooks in your teaching or your learning? Have you created free eTextbooks? We invite you to catalog these resources in MERLOT. Your colleagues and students around the world will thank you!
First: Become a member of MERLOT (It will take about 2 minutes and it’s FREE).
Second: Fill out the online form to Contribute a Material. (It will take about 4 minutes the first time and step-by-step instructions for contributing materials (PDF) to MERLOT are available).