Hitting the Books
With the revitalization of Westchester underway, there are some important changes to textbook requests and the Pleasantville Bookstore.
Due to the summer construction in the Kessel Student Center, we are asking all faculty to submit their book request through FacultyEnlight.com. This will streamline the book requests into the Pace Pleasantville Bookstore and help ensure smooth summer 2014 and fall 2014 semesters. As you explore this site, you will find:
Adopt: Submit your course materials adoptions here. We’ve simplified the process for you to make it easier and quicker to enter your information for one course or multiple courses. Registered users can return to their adoption lists in subsequent terms for easy re-order.
Discover: Explore the latest faculty resources that can help you in your mission to create outstanding learning environments for your students. From self-publishing, to custom course packs, to digital resources and e-books…you’ll find it all here.
Search: See what’s new in your discipline and what’s being used at other schools. Search books by ISBN, author, and/or title. At the same time, explore cost saving options for your students by viewing which books are available in digital and/or as a rental. As a registered FacultyEnlight™ user you have the option to create “favorites” lists, a time saver that enables you to view and/or adopt books at a later date.
Learn: Find answers to frequently asked questions and other tips that may help you as you explore all that FacultyEnlight™ offers.
Benefits to becoming a registered user are:
- Submit new book requests with great ease
- Write and submit textbook reviews
- Create and access Favorites lists
- Review book request history from previous two years
The bookstore will be happy to stop by and provide individual FacultyEnlight™ training upon request.
If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, feel free to call or e-mail the bookstore at (914) 773-3761 or email@example.com.
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