[Athen] Book for an online student
Stephen (Alex) Marositz
smarositz at csudh.edu
Thu Nov 7 13:48:34 PST 2019
It sounds like you will either
1. Have to request a copy from the publisher to mail to you so you can scan it (WW Norton does this), or
2. Have your department purchase a copy for you to cut and scan.
This is a part of the cost of doing business when institutions of higher ed take on distance education.
Stephen Alex Marositz
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Hello, I have an alternative format request from a student who is enrolled in one of our online programs and is not local. The publisher has not responded to a request for an alternative format version of this textbook. Normally, I would offer the student an in-house scan of the text, but this is hardly convenient given the student is not local. Has anyone else experienced this issue, and what did you do?
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