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Affordable Learning Solutions: eTextbooks List Spring 2020

List of Spring 2020 eTextbooks/eBooks

Below is a list of textbooks available to students for free as Library eBooks or Open Access eTextbooks. Most of these eBooks may be used by multiple students at the same time. Please double check your syllabus or the campus bookstore for a complete list of required textbooks since changes may occur after this list was created. This is not a complete list of all required textbooks. To purchase textbooks please contact the campus bookstore.

Course Professor Book Title Semester
CAFS 2200 Teodosio Multiple Perspectives on Play in Early Childhood SPRING
CAFS 3600 Wallace Contemporary Issues in Family Studies SPRING
CAFS 3800 Williams Multiple Perspectives on Play in Early Childhood SPRING
CHEM 2940 Brandon The ACS Style Guide SPRING
CHEM 3301 Bacher, Hudson Organic Chemistry Lab Manual SPRING
CHEM 3311 Bergkamp Organic Chemistry Lab Manual SPRING
CHEM 3940 Gebauer The ACS Style Guide SPRING
CHEM 4400 Lopez The ACS Style Guide SPRING
ECON 2018 Deal, Michieka, Moghaddam Principles of Microeconomics SPRING
EDSE 5200 Mathis Understanding by Design  SPRING
EDSE 5210 Mathis Understanding by Design  SPRING
EDSE 5220 Marks Understanding by Design  SPRING
EDSE 5230 Marks Understanding by Design  SPRING
EDSE 5240 Marks Understanding by Design  SPRING
EDSE 5250 Marks Understanding by Design  SPRING
EDSE 5260 Mathis Understanding by Design 

SPRING

EDSE 5270 Mathis Understanding by Design  SPRING
EDSE 5280 Mathis Understanding by Design  SPRING
HIST 1218

Maddox

Celia, a Slave  SPRING
HIST 1228 Andreotti Migrant Daughter SPRING
HIST 2100 Freeland Pacific Eldorado  SPRING
SCI 3329 Cotton, Knight Intro to Water in California SPRING

 

Free Textbook Access

Textbook Access 

"For students who are no longer able to access core textbooks on campus because their university has closed, we are providing free access to ebooks through our partnership with Red Shelf and free or low cost options with VitalSourceKortext (in conjunction with JISC), through the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester."