Virtual Book Store

Students purchase textbooks and course materials online from the Viking Bookstore, a virtual book store operated by the Follett Higher Education Group.  Students may acquire books from any vendor as long as they receive them in time to complete course assignments.

Visit the Viking Bookstore website

To find out what books are required for a course, find the course in the Class Schedule, click on the course title, and click View book information.  If you need books in a special format (large print, audiobook, text-to-speech, etc.), contact the Accessibility Services Coordinator in the Center for Academic Success.

Course Reserves in the Library

Instructors put readings on electronic reserve for use in their courses.  They may also put books, audio-recordings, and videos on the reserve shelf behind the circulation desk in Mudd Library.  To find reserves for a course, go to the Library website and click Log in to Search Course Reserves.

Visit the Mudd Library website

Moodle Site or Share Space

Many instructors make handouts and other resources available on a course Moodle site or in a class share space.  If your course uses Moodle, be sure to log into the Moodle system and enroll yourself in the course site during the first week of classes.  Check the course syllabus for more information.

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