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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 jsmather@brockport.edu 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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