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overview of pilot program to provide access to textbooks; includes list of textbooks available this semester

Program Overview

The Cooper Library Textbook Reserve Program is a pilot project between the Clemson University Libraries and Undergraduate Student Government.  

  • Length of pilot - August 2019 through May 2020
  • Total of $10,000 in funding from Libraries and Student Government
  • Funding split into 2 semesters - Fall 2019 and Spring 2020
  • Items are rented from B&N Bookstore and will not be added as a permanent part of the collection.
  • Texts were selected based on those classes with 100 or more students enrolled and classes with high drop/fail rates.
  • Class texts were then analyzed and the highest priced texts were pulled from greatest cost to least to fill the $5000 budget. (Obviously, not all were selected. We stopped when we hit $5000.)

Check out a Textbook

Visit the Library Services Desk at Cooper Library and ask for your textbook by course number.  

Check out rules apply:

  • Three hour loan
  • No holds, recalls, or wait lists

Courses and Textbooks Available THIS Semester

COURSE TITLE ISBN
ACCT 3220 Accounting Information Systems 9780134474021
CE 3520 Engineering Economic Analysis 9780190931919
CH 1050 Chemistry in Context 9781259638145
CH 2240 Organic Chemistry 2 Primer 2019 9780578411392
CPSC 3220 Operating Systems 9780985673529
ECE 2070 Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering 9780073529592
ECON 2110 Modern Principles of Microeconomics 9781319098766
ENGL 1030 Envision In Depth 9780134713816
ENGL 3140 Practical Strategies for Technical Communication 9781319104320
ENGL 3150 Writing in the Sciences 9780205616718
FIN 3070 Real Estate Principles 9780077836368
FIN 3110/3120 Contemporary Financial Management 9781337090582
GEN 3000 Essentials of Genetics 9780134898414
GEOL 1010 Physical Geology Today 9780199965557
LAW 3220 Legal Environment of Business 9781285428222
MATH 2080 Foundations of Differential Equations 9780321977106
MATH 2080 First Course in Differential Equations 9781305965720
MATH 3110 Linear Algebra and Its Applications 9780321982384
ME 2220 Theory +Design F / Mechanical Meas. 9781118881279
ME 3080 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics 9781119080701
ME 4030 Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems 9780134685717
MGT 2010 Management: Practical Intro 9781260815665
MGT 3170 Designing and Managing the Supply Chain 9780073341521
NURS 3230 Gerontological Nursing 9780132956314
PHYS 1220 Physics for Scientists and Engineers 9781305259836
POSC 1020 World Politics 9780393938098
PSYC 2010 Psychology 9781429261784
PSYC 2010 Exploring Psychology 9781319104191
PSYC 3090 Statistics for Psychology (Looseleaf) 9780205905928
PSYC 3100 Research Methods in Psychology 9780393617542
PSYC 3100 Discovering Scientist Within 9781319107369
PSYC 3100 Research Methods: Process of Inquiry 9780205907694
PSYC 3240 Brain and Behavior 9781412981682
PSYC 3400 Experience Human Development 9780077861841
PSYC 4150 Brief History of Modern Psychology 9781119493242
REL 1010 Anthropology of Religion, Magic and Witchcraft 9781138692527
REL 1020 Anthology of World Religions  9780195332360
REL 1020 Invitation to World Religions  9780190690816
REL 1020 Think World Religions 2013 9780205934430
STAT 2220 Statistics: Concepts and Controversies 9781464192937

Why isn't MY textbook on the list?

Textbooks were selected based on cost and number of students enrolled (100+).  We started with the books that cost the most and worked our way down the list until we maxed our budget.  If you'd like to see more books added to the collection, please fill out our survey and voice your support of this program.

Each semester textbook selections may change based on your suggestions, courses offered and enrollment, and availability of textbooks.