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Bookstore Advisory Committee Update McNellis and Thorson Feb, 2019 FCDC

Bookstore Advisory Committee Update Ordering for unofficial courses ISSUE: Schedule Deadline vs. Contractual Bookstore DeadlineNew edition protocol Book ordering percentages

One-time use book code disclosure Multi term use benefits to students Deadlines and impacts Late start classesRequired books

Ordering for unofficial courses Bookstore accepts written documentation (Chair/Dean)

ISSUE: Schedule Deadline vs. Contractual Bookstore Deadline Chairs Submit Final Schedule Summer/Fall: Feb 7Schedule Edits Adjustments to Schedule: Feb 25 Book Orders Due Per Contract : March 1 District Assigns CRN’s and makes visible: May 6-7

Proposed Solution Employee book list Submitted by Chair

New edition protocol “Bookstore processes will include emailing the professor and cc’ing the Chair if the textbook they ordered has a new edition and the professor has ordered an older one. Faculty will respond to the email in a professional timeframe to ensure ordering and student needs are met .”

Professional Time Frame refers to three business daysFailure to respond results:order as originally requested, unless the bookstore noted they were unable to secure an adequate number of books for students. In that case, the bookstore will order the new edition .

Book ordering percentages “When professors inquire about book status as to what capacity the bookstore ordered for their classes, the bookstore will divulge the number of copies they ordered of the book title. They will also note how the total max seats in the courses needing the title.”

One-time use book code disclosure “The bookstore will place verbiage [on or near books] that have one-time use codes. This verbiage will disclose the fact that the code may or may not be active.”

Multi-term benefits to students “ The BAC will ensure the faculty understand the benefits of committing to a title for more than one semester. Options like rentals are improved in these cases .”

Deadlines and impacts “The BAC will help ensure that the deadlines are met for all orders on all courses that are scheduled and known. BAC will also help faculty understand the delays involved in older editions or out of print editions .”

Late start classes “ Instructors teaching late start classes will consider using books the bookstore currently has in stock in order to ensure students have books at the start of the course .”

Required books “Faculty will ensure any book listed as “required” on the syllabus is reported as “required” to the bookstore so they can adequately prepare for the need .”

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Bookstore Advisory Committee Update McNellis and Thorson Feb 2019 FCDC Bookstore Advisory Committee Update Ordering for unofficial courses ISSUE Schedule Deadline vs Contractual Bookstore Deadline ID: 771408 Download Presentation

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