UF All Access textbook program provides first-day access to course materials

By on August 2, 2017

UF’s All Access textbook program continues to expand for Fall 2017, with nearly 100 courses participating across the university. The program has saved students $5 million since it was created in 2013.

Students who choose digital textbooks through UF All Access will get their materials immediately, providing them with the correct materials on the first day of class and savings of 50 percent or more over print books. A link on the course’s website takes students to the appropriate place online to purchase the book directly from the publisher, at a discounted rate negotiated by UF.

The program is open to any UF faculty members who wish to participate.

To be added to the program, contact Curtis Piorun with the All Access team at allaccess@bsd.ufl.edu after you have selected the preferred learning materials for your course. The All Access team will provide templates for textbook adoption, instructions for the course website and explain how the students will opt-in to the program. The team will also provide information about the savings to students.

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