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Textbooks on Library Reserve - Spring 2018

Textbooks for highly enrolled courses are available for two-hour loan in Drake Library through partnership with Friends of Drake Library.

Textbooks on Reserve - Spring 2018

Some of the most widely used textbooks will be available for two-hour loan from Drake Memorial Library this spring.

Textbook loans are limited to in-library use; they do not include supplementary online access. The program assists those who need short-term access to a print textbook. Twenty-one textbooks will be available from the Library Circulation desk with current student ID. The selected texts are valued at nearly $3,000.

The library will also accept donations of faculty desk copies of currently used texts to put on reserve for other courses. Contact if you have texts for donation.

Thank you for helping to get the word out about this library service!

Spring 2018 textbooks include:

ANT 101 – Anthropology

BIO 111 – Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology, Books a la Carte Ed.

BIO 202 – Biological Science with Mastering Biology

BIO 221 – Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology

BIO 321 – Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology

BUS 378 – Business and Society: A Strategic Approach to Social Responsibility & Ethics

CHM 205 – Chemistry: Structure and Properties

CIS 217 – Technology in Action

CMC 219.03/04/04B/61 – Interplay of Influence

ESC 195.All – Natural Hazards

HST 211 – Benjamin Franklin

MTH 122 – Pre-calculus Demystified

MUS 112 – World Music w/3 CD’s

PES 335 – Essentials of Exercise Physiology

PES 410 – Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance

PSH 202.03 – Statistics for People Who Hate Statistics

PSH 486 – Understanding Abnormal Child Psychology

PSH 584 – Adolescence

SOC 100 – The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology

SOC 210.61 – Social Problems

SOC 361 – The Family: Diversity, Inequality, and Social Change

THE 111 – Essential Theatre

contact: Mary Jo Orzech, 395-2141
submitted: Tue, Feb 27, 2018 by khettel
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