As part of its ongoing effort to support students and faculty in meaningful ways, the University Campus Store will continue to offer an Inclusive Access program that helps students save up to 80% on some course materials—a welcome alternative to the high cost of textbooks with the added convenience of accessing materials online. Plus, due to supply chain issues with paper caused by the pandemic, eBooks are a welcome alternative to get course materials to students instantly.
Inclusive Access puts your textbooks online via Canvas, making them available anytime, anywhere, and on the first day of class. Any course is eligible for Inclusive Access and the fee is paid along with class registration, eliminating the need to search for and purchase textbooks independently.
Last year, over 38,500 students utilized Inclusive Access and each saved an average of 60% on their course materials versus new print textbooks. Students can conveniently view their textbooks online, track their progress from assignment to assignment and communicate with other students in their class. Professors can also communicate with students, provide updates and announcements online and utilize analytics to see how effective the course materials are.
Join the other 580 courses already using Inclusive Access by contacting Shane Girton, Senior Associate Director at the Campus Store, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 581-8296 or Heidi Booth, Textbook Manager at the Campus Store, at email@example.com or (801) 581-5965.
Hit the ground running on Day 1 next semester while helping your students save money through Inclusive Access!