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During the October 2015 term, the University ran a pilot program where free electronic textbooks (eBooks) were available in nine popular courses. Students enrolled in courses featuring the new eBooks had the option of ordering and purchasing printed versions of their textbooks if they prefer that format.
Courses in which eBooks were piloted during the October 2015 term:
|Course Name||Course Code||eBooks are Available for the Following Course Formats:|
|Introduction to Mass Communications I||COM-120||Online and Guided Study Courses|
|Introduction to Mass Communications II||COM-121||Online and Guided Study Courses|
|Interpersonal Communication||COM-330||Online Courses|
|Managerial Communications||MAN-373||Online and Guided Study Courses|
|Ethics and the Business Professional||PHI-384||Online and Guided Study Courses|
|Introduction to Psychology||PSY-101||Online, Guided Study and e-Pack® Courses|
|Introduction to Sociology||SOC-101||Online and Guided Study Courses|
|Marriage and the Family||SOC-210||Online and Guided Study Courses|
|Drugs and Society||SOS-304||Online and Guided Study Courses|
Students who enrolled in courses in which free eBooks are piloted will be given access to their eBook(s) once the October term begins. Students who elected to use the free eBook option in their courses were required to participate in a brief survey during the October term.
Check back to this page to learn more about future pilots involving eBooks.