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Answered By: Iris Carroll
Last Updated: Mar 27, 2020     Views: 75

We're sorry, but while the library building is closed, you cannot get your textbook from us. I recommend you talk with your teacher, who has probably made other plans already.

However, many companies are making their textbooks, calculators, and model simulations free for students during this crisis. 

Check out these resources below:

Online Textbooks

RedShelf Free e-Textbooks (Instructions for Borrowing a Book from RedShelf)

Through its RedShelf Responds initiative, the company is providing free access to digital textbooks (to students from nonprofit, semester-based colleges and universities) through May 25th. We've checked and many of your textbooks are included in RedShelf.

VitalSource Helps (Bookshelf)

VitalSource Helps is a program designed to support students and instructors who may have lost access to course materials due to a campus moving to distance learning to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This program is made possible by the leading publishers and resellers in US higher education. The program offers free access to tens of thousands of eBook through May 25, 2020. Can only have up to 6 textbooks on your bookshelf.



To simulate TI graphing calculators. For Windows, Mac OS X, and Android.

Texas Instruments Software

Due to a heightened need for online resources as a result of the coronavirus, we are offering several free resources to help students and teachers continue teaching and learning remotely. Free six-month subscriptions.

Anatomy Models

Visible Body Human Anatomy Atlas 2020: a comprehensive 3D atlas of the human body. Also includes links to download mobile app. Includes 3-D models; requires WebGL to run. 

From the launch page of the app, follow these instructions to download and activate mobile apps. 

  1. Find and click/tap on the link for the mobile apps.
  2. Use those links to download the apps to a mobile device.
  3. Follow the instructions for on-campus or off-campus activation provided on the page. 

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