There are a couple of ways you
can find your textbook information.

 

The first is to scroll to the bottom of
your course schedule and select
Textbook Summary.

 

When you do this, it will load all of
your courses and the textbook
information for those courses.

 

 

In the example to the left, you see the
course name next to the yellow number 1.

 

1a-  lists the author.

 

1b-  lists the title of book.

 

1c-  indicates if the must be purchased New,
        Used or eBook.

 

1d-  shows if the book is required or optional.

 

For a look at an entire schedule, please see next image.

In the example to the right, each yellow
arrow is pointing to a different course.

 

Each course is indicated by the numbers 1-4.

 

As in the example above, the author of the
book is indicated by a number and the letter "a."

 

The title of the book is indicated by the number
and letter "b."

 

The number plus the letters "c" or "d" indicated
which versions of the book is acceptable for your
course (example- New, Used, eBook).

 

Some options with the number and the letter "d"
indicate if the book is required for the course or if
it's optional.

 

This is also indicated by the number and the letter
"e" in the example to the right.    

 

 

The second way to look up your textbook
information is by clicking on each
individual class like the example on
the left.

 

1a-  lists the course.

 

1b-  tells you if the course is a web course
         or, if not, the building and room
         number of your class.

 

1c-  indicates if the must be purchased
        New, Used or if eBook is an option.

 

1d-  shows if the book is required
         or optional.

As is in the above image: 

 

  1-  lists the course.

 

1a-  tells you if the course is a web course
        or, if not, the building and room number
        of your class.

 

1b-  indicates if the must be purchased New,
        Used or if eBook is an option.

 

1c-  shows if the book is required or optional. 

 


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