After carefully considering your options, you’ve decided to adopt a ! The standalone eText won’t require you to change your content, and it’ll be lower-cost than your traditional textbook, it’ll be available before the first day of class, and your students will have access to the annotation, highlighting, and Q&A tools you know they’ll enjoy.
You take a look through the to find out which eTexts are available, and when you’ve found your text, you make sure that the is open. You’re in luck, so you head over to the to place your order for the upcoming semester.
Order a Standalone eText
1. Visit etexts.iu.eduopens in a new window and click to browse available eTexts.
2. When you’re ready to order, confirm that the is open.
3. Visit etexts.iu.eduopens in a new window and click . Select your class, select your text*, and check out.
* If you can’t find your text, we can help! Submit a content request in the Order Tool.
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An digital version of a textbook. At IU, standalone eTexts are typically delivered through the Unizin Engage platform, enabling students to highlight, annotate, and ask questions from within the text.
The IU eTexts Catalog lists all materials currently available though the IU eTexts program. If the materials you're looking for aren't listed, you can still request them from the IU eTexts Order Tool. Both are available from etexts.iu.edu.
The textbook ordering window opens February 2 and September 2 for upcoming semesters. Textbooks, eTexts, and DLTs are ordered during this window to ensure that all charges associated with a course are listed in the schedule of classes before students start to enroll.
The Order Tool is open during textbook ordering windows for faculty and IU eTexts coordinators to select IU eTexts materials. The Order Tool is available from etexts.iu.edu.