Academic Materials Services for Faculty
Important Information for Fall 2020:Faculty that have not submitted course materials information to The Cornell Store for the fall semester should contact the store’s textbook department as soon as possible. Under HEOA requirements, The Cornell Store displays course materials information for all courses, including courses that will not be using course materials. To submit your course materials information, please view ordering instructions below.
Order Textbooks and Course MaterialsProfessors will receive a customized link via email from The Cornell Store to submit textbook and course material orders (adoptions) online. The Cornell Store uses order collection software from Verba, which provides the most seamless and ease-of-use instructor experience.
Please submit your textbook and course materials orders as soon as you receive your Verba email request. Doing so helps The Cornell Store have time to obtain more used books and offer lower prices, rental options, and digital options for our students.
Link to request a customized email
We do request that course materials orders are submitted by the following schedule:
- For fall courses, orders should be submitted by mid-June.
- For spring courses, orders should be submitted by mid-November.
- Summer and winter term courses, orders must be submitted at least 30 days before the course start.
Order Custom Course Packs
Please submit your custom course packet orders at least 2 months before the upcoming term to ensure that they will be available in the store by the first day of classes. We will accept custom course pack orders outside this production timeline (e.g. up until the course start date), but cannot guarantee availability by the first day of classes due to necessary processing and printing time. How to order a custom course packet.
Textbook & Course Material Tools for Professors
Faculty Textbook Orders Tutorial
Textbook Coordinator Textbook Orders Tutorial
Best practices for teaching with digital
Benefits of going digital
Improve student learning outcomes with engagement
How your students are using BookShelf for digital course materials:
- Getting started with BookShelf
- Reading your eText Offline
- Using and sharing notes and highlights
- Creating Flashcards
Course Book History – Research titles used in previous semesters
Bowkers Books in Print – Research publisher information
iClickers and classroom polling systems
textbook department: email@example.com
Custom Publishing department: firstname.lastname@example.org