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Instructors are asked to submit their course material selections for both summer and fall by Wednesday, April 15. The S&T Store appreciates your assistance in making course materials less expensive for students.
Students will soon begin asking about materials for summer and fall courses; please submit your course material information in a timely matter so it can be added to the bookstore’s website.
The bookstore’s goal is to reduce the cost of textbooks for students. This initiative includes expanding options for textbook rentals, the creation of custom course materials, continuing to adopt a book even after it has gone out of print, providing digital alternatives, and expanding the use of the AutoAccess program. The S&T Store also searches book markets for lower-cost used alternatives. The S&T Store will continue to use these programs, and any new programs that may arise as course materials evolve, to reduce the cost of course materials.
If a course does not require a textbook, it should be submitted as no text required. This is as important as submitting a book or other materials because it informs the students that they do not need to purchase anything for a particular course. If there is material that is located online, on Canvas, at the library or in notes that will be handed out in class for free, please submit this information as well to inform students that they do not need to purchase anything from the S&T Store for a particular course.
To submit and review instructor requisitions, please visit umst.verbacollect.com, login, click on the appropriate courses, and submit or review the courses.
Instructors can go to the link near the bottom of an email from the S&T Store on March 10. The email will be from “MU SAS MU Text Adoptions” of from “The S&T Store” with the subject line: We Need Your spring 2020 Course Adoption.”
Faculty will not automatically have a login to Verba Collect.
When entering the course adoptions:
There are a few options when comes to entering your book information.
1. The S&T Store sends out an email at the beginning of March to all faculty assigned to a course for summer and fall semesters. This email will have originated from The S&T Store or MU SAS MU Text Adoptions. Sometimes this email will go to a spam or junk folder. The email contains a link to the courses for which you are assigned.
2. If you cannot find the bookstore’s email, visit umst.verbacollect.com/session/new and click “Reset My Password.”
3. If you do not wish to create an account on Verba Collect, please contact David Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org with the course information or all 341-7523 to request a link for a specific course.
4. If you have difficulty completing the previous steps, send the course material information to David Wilson at email@example.com. Please include as much information about the material as possible, the department and course number for each course.
5.Other non-Textbook options that Faculty can adopt
For questions about course material submission, please contact David Wilson, senior retail sales associate, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 341-7523.
Missouri S&T is an equal opportunity/access/affirmative action/pro-disabled and veteran employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex in our education programs or activities, pursuant to Title IX and 34 CFR Part 106. For more information, see S&T's Nondiscrimination Policy or Equity and Title IX.