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Affordable Learning Solutions: eTextbook List 2018

List of 2018 eTextbooks/eBooks- In Progress

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
COMM 3008 Pratt Elements of Style (Foreword Angell) SUMMER
EDCI 6710 Hays A Case for Teaching Literature in the Secondary School SUMMER
SOC  4988 Anderson- Facile Unequal Childhoods SUMMER
BIOL 2220 Stark Human Physiology FALL
CHEM 2400 Forester ACS Style Guide FALL
CHEM 2900 Lopez ACS Style Guide FALL
CHEM 2940 Forester ACS Style Guide FALL
CHEM 3400 Lopez ACS Style Guide FALL
CHEM 3900 Gebauer ACS Style Guide FALL
CHEM 3940 Gebauer ACS Style Guide FALL
CAFS 3800 Kimberlin, Williams Multiple Perspectives on Play in Early Childhood Education FALL
ECON 2018 Gearhart Principles of Microeconomics FALL
ECON 2028 Grammy Principles of Macroeconomics FALL
EDAD 6710 Staff Reader on Educational Leadership FALL
GEOL 3010 O'Sullivan Geochemistry FALL
HCA 5140 Sohail Social Transformation of American Medicine FALL
HIST 1218 Andreotti, Dodd Celia, a Slave FALL
HIST 1228 Andreotti, Rodriguez Migrant Daughter FALL
HIST 2100 Freeland Pacific Eldorado FALL
HIST 3008 Dodd The Methods & Skills of History: A Practical Guide FALL
HIST 4638 Vivian Golden Ass FALL
MIS 3400


Big Data, Big Analytics FALL
MUS 3500 Haney Music in Words FALL
NURS 3130 Staff Psychiatric Nursing: Assessment, Care Plans FALL