Reducing Textbook Costs - Find Help

Find Help

The Campus Store, Marriott Library and Print & Mail Services have partnered to form The Course Material Services Team – we are here to help:

The Campus Store can help you find low-cost versions (i.e. rentals, ebooks, used books) of assigned course materials. The earlier you submit requests, the better the chance to locate low-cost versions.

Dave Nelson, Email, 801-581-8321

Josh Clemens, Email, 801-581-4158

• Marriott Library can help you find open (free) course materials and help you consider copyright and fair use guidelines when creating course packs or posting content online.
Starting July 1, 2015, requests for Marriott Library eReserves must be accompanied by a fair use evaluation in a new online form. Email and paper forms will be used only when
requesting that printed books be placed on the Reserve shelf.

Allyson Mower, Email, 801-585-5458

Diane Griffiths, Email, 801-581-6049

• You can also work with Teaching and Learning Technologies to add openly licensed content to Canvas.

Stan Clements, Email, 801-585-5019

Print & Mail Services can also help you consider copyright and fair use guidelines when creating course packs, as well as, secure copyright permission and produce course packets for materials that don't qualify under fair use.

Steve Beck, Email, 801-581-5779

course material flow chart Registrar's syllabuis uploading instructions CTLE syllabus template Marriott Library course reserve submission form Campus Store textbook adoption log in portal Print & Mail Services course packet information
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 Last Modified 1/20/21