Thursday, January 27, 2011
Monday, January 24, 2011
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Students who are unable to purchase their textbook may not use the Library’s interlibrary loan services to acquire a copy. This policy reflects the National Interlibrary Loan Code which prohibits Lehman Library from requesting textbooks from other libraries.Definition of a textbook: For purposes of this policy a textbook is considered a formal manual of instruction in a specific subject, one prepared especially for use in classrooms and typically published in revised editions over the years.
NOTE: Required readings such as fiction or non-fiction monographs may be borrowed.There are several cost-effective ways to acquire a textbook:
- Check the Cumberland County library system.
As a SU student, you are eligible for borrowing privileges.
- Check your home public library.
- Ask a fellow student about sharing a copy
- Purchase an e-copy via the Internet (ecampus.com, CourseSmart, etc.)
- Rent a paper copy via the Internet from a resource such as Chegg, CourseSmart or BookRenter (see below)
Reviewed by Academic Affairs Council
September 28, 2010