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Accessing the E-textbook

Postby DesireBrown1J » Sat Oct 19, 2019 8:39 pm

I know that a few students bought the e-textbook instead of the regular textbook. I'm interested in buying that one instead but I don't know which bundle on the Macmillan Learning student store includes the e-textbook. Do all of them include the e-textbook or only specific bundles?

Loose-Leaf Version for Chemical Principles & SaplingPlus for Chemical Principles (Multi-Term Online) & Student Solutions Manual for Chemical Principles for University of California - Los Angeles
ISBN:9781319335045 $187.99

SaplingPlus for Chemical Principles 7e (Multi-Term Online) for University of California - Los Angeles
ISBN:9781319317348 $129.99

SaplingPlus for Chemical Principles (Single-Term Online) for University of California - Los Angeles
ISBN:9781319335069 $64.99

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Rita Chen 1B » Sat Oct 19, 2019 9:29 pm

Hello!

I am pretty sure there is one option that should include “e-text” in the title. The loose-leaf one will be an actually paper type book.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook  [ENDORSED]

Postby Chem_Mod » Sat Oct 19, 2019 9:41 pm

See UCLA bookstore: https://ucla.verbacompare.com/compare?c ... F142042200

Chemical Principles (Loose-Leaf) + SSM + 24mo Sapling Learning + E-text
ISBN: 9781319254292

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby NHolmes3L » Sun Oct 20, 2019 12:49 pm

I bought the looseleaf one for $190 and it came with the e-text version

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Victoria Li 1L » Sun Oct 20, 2019 2:47 pm

Does anyone know what the Sapling learning thing is? I heard it was extra practice but I was wondering how to access it/what kind of practice it was.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Rosa Munoz 2E » Sun Oct 20, 2019 4:32 pm

If you purchase the E-textbook, you get access to additional resources.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Ethan Low 1L » Sun Oct 20, 2019 6:49 pm

Sapling is kind of like the launchpad for the LS7 Series on Macmillian, if you purchase the bundle that includes sapling that would be the online E textbook. I bought all of the bundle from Dr Lavelle's link that he had shared for about $190 and it includes the E-book, sapling, solutions, and loose leaf textbook.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby AnayaArnold_3L » Sun Oct 20, 2019 8:15 pm

DesireBrown3K wrote:I know that a few students bought the e-textbook instead of the regular textbook. I'm interested in buying that one instead but I don't know which bundle on the Macmillan Learning student store includes the e-textbook. Do all of them include the e-textbook or only specific bundles?

Loose-Leaf Version for Chemical Principles & SaplingPlus for Chemical Principles (Multi-Term Online) & Student Solutions Manual for Chemical Principles for University of California - Los Angeles
ISBN:9781319335045 $187.99

SaplingPlus for Chemical Principles 7e (Multi-Term Online) for University of California - Los Angeles
ISBN:9781319317348 $129.99

SaplingPlus for Chemical Principles (Single-Term Online) for University of California - Los Angeles
ISBN:9781319335069 $64.99


If you buy the bundle and you can't access the e-book deven with the card they give you just call sapling learning and theyll give it to you because I had that same problem.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Kennedi2J » Sun Oct 20, 2019 9:03 pm

Does anyone know if Sapling is mandatory?

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Rebekah Alfred 1J » Sun Oct 20, 2019 10:03 pm

Does anyone know if Sapling is mandatory?
I don't think it is.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby 605136321 » Sun Oct 20, 2019 10:18 pm

I bought my e-textbook as a rental on Amazon, if you download the kindle app this might be a good resource :)

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Keerthana Sivathasan 2E » Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:27 am

Sapling isn't mandatory, but Professor Lavelle has put "multiple additional assignments and learning objectives for those who need additional assistance" which will definitely help you in any way possible, especially if you are struggling with a specific topic and may not be able to make it to some TA or UA hours.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby GEOVANNAO_3F » Sun Oct 27, 2019 8:46 pm

i purchased the bundle from the ucla store? not sure if it has the ebook but I do have the additional services... maybe Im not using it right?

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby RichBollini4G » Mon Oct 28, 2019 12:57 am

I noticed there are some differences between edition 6 and edition 7 of the book, the first parts were similar but now it is become more and more different, can edition 6 still work?

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby 005162902 » Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:21 am

Victoria Li 1L wrote:Does anyone know what the Sapling learning thing is? I heard it was extra practice but I was wondering how to access it/what kind of practice it was.


sapling is similar to launchpad for the LS7 series, you practice problems and review concepts. It comes with the textbook lavelle posted on the site!

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Mitchell Koss 4G » Wed Oct 30, 2019 8:19 pm

The textbook store is also offering exchanges of the Sapling online pass as there are some issues with accessing the course but the last day to do so is today.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby ValerieChavarin 4F » Fri Nov 01, 2019 1:18 pm

The sampling isn't mandatory but it is highly recommended as it provides you with extra practice and questions that are useful to study for the exams.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Juana Abana 1G » Sat Nov 02, 2019 3:51 pm

Kennedi3K wrote:Does anyone know if Sapling is mandatory?

No you don't have to buy it. It is another additional resource that you can use.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Jaklin Astvatsatryan » Sun Nov 03, 2019 8:16 pm

ValerieChavarin3E wrote:The sampling isn't mandatory but it is highly recommended as it provides you with extra practice and questions that are useful to study for the exams.

Yea, not required but it does help a lot. Shows you step by step how to solve problems.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby GFolk_1D » Wed Nov 06, 2019 9:37 pm

If anyone has any issues opening the Sapling after purchasing it from the UCLA bookstore I called the company and it was really helpful. I just had to send a picture of my receipt and etext code and they registered my account for the class.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Mai V 4L » Sun Dec 08, 2019 9:07 am

For those on the kindle, do you like it?

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby 605136321 » Sun Feb 09, 2020 10:53 pm

you can also access a lot of free pdf versions of textbooks here:

https://b-ok.org

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Sreeram K » Mon Oct 05, 2020 4:36 pm

For this class, I'm pretty sure that you need to get the textbook from the UCLA bookstore.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby lauren_tran_3J » Mon Oct 05, 2020 8:49 pm

I'm not 100% sure if it's mandatory, but I have used the free trial and completed the Week 1 homework and it showed up it in the gradebook on CCLE. And I'm pretty sure on the syllabus it makes up a part of the grade percentage. Hope this helps!

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Samantha Tolentino 2B » Mon Oct 05, 2020 9:18 pm

Victoria Li 1L wrote:Does anyone know what the Sapling learning thing is? I heard it was extra practice but I was wondering how to access it/what kind of practice it was.


Sapling learning is what we will be using to turn in our homework, the part that is graded. The extra practice will be the textbook questions that are in the syllabus. You can access sapling through the CCLE page under activities/ resources then external tools.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Ellison Gonzales 3F » Wed Oct 07, 2020 12:18 am

You said that you heard that the sapling questions were extra practice, and that is true that there are extra practice sections (math review, practice drawing molecules, and chemical equations training). Though like others mentioned, sapling also holds the questions that are required homework for that week.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Zainab Jamali 3I » Thu Oct 08, 2020 10:52 am

For anyone who ordered their textbook from the UCLA store and already received it, was it a physical copy? and if so, did it include an access code for sapling and/or the e-book?

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Will Pham 2I » Thu Oct 08, 2020 11:20 am

Zainab Jamali 3I wrote:For anyone who ordered their textbook from the UCLA store and already received it, was it a physical copy? and if so, did it include an access code for sapling and/or the e-book?

No, the textbook is not a physical copy. I just received my order and they just give an envelope with the code to Sapling/e-book.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Lisa Wang 2J » Thu Oct 08, 2020 12:21 pm

Zainab Jamali 3I wrote:For anyone who ordered their textbook from the UCLA store and already received it, was it a physical copy? and if so, did it include an access code for sapling and/or the e-book?

A student said that they have received an email with a picture of the access code, and she said to check your junk folder and email for the code.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Jenny Lee 3A » Thu Oct 08, 2020 3:34 pm

I'm still a bit confused on how we get the E-book. After ordering through the UCLA Store, and getting the access code for Sapling, is the E-book just a link for the pdf file that also comes in the mail (or through email in recent cases) or is it accessible through Sapling?

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby LexyDenaburg_3A » Thu Oct 08, 2020 3:49 pm

Jenny_Lee_3A wrote:I'm still a bit confused on how we get the E-book. After ordering through the UCLA Store, and getting the access code for Sapling, is the E-book just a link for the pdf file that also comes in the mail (or through email in recent cases) or is it accessible through Sapling?



It's accessible through Sapling as well!! If you click on the main course link when you get on Sapling (there should be links at the top under where it says Sapling Learning), the textbook will be shown on the very right side of the page under where it says clock.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby AJForte-2C » Thu Oct 08, 2020 9:25 pm

Jenny_Lee_3A wrote:I'm still a bit confused on how we get the E-book. After ordering through the UCLA Store, and getting the access code for Sapling, is the E-book just a link for the pdf file that also comes in the mail (or through email in recent cases) or is it accessible through Sapling?


Once you get your login for Sapling, you can click a link that will take you to the Macmillan website that will have you set up an account so you access the textbook.Hope this helps!

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Ruochen Yang 3B » Fri Oct 09, 2020 12:24 am

Victoria Li 1L wrote:Does anyone know what the Sapling learning thing is? I heard it was extra practice but I was wondering how to access it/what kind of practice it was.

Actually we do need Sapling to hand in our weekly homework. You can buy the bundle at UCLA store and they will ship a code for Sapling to you if you live in U.S., or you may choose to pick up the code on campus. If you live outside U.S., just email the store, and they will send the code to you via email.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Ruochen Yang 3B » Fri Oct 09, 2020 12:27 am

Zainab Jamali 3I wrote:For anyone who ordered their textbook from the UCLA store and already received it, was it a physical copy? and if so, did it include an access code for sapling and/or the e-book?

It's obviously not.(I think a hardcopy one should be far more expensive) You should receive a piece of paper with your Sapling code, and you can get the e-book on Sapling I think.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Ellison Gonzales 3F » Fri Oct 09, 2020 1:01 am

Zainab Jamali 3I wrote:For anyone who ordered their textbook from the UCLA store and already received it, was it a physical copy? and if so, did it include an access code for sapling and/or the e-book?


It’s an e book for this course because there’s videos and links inside the book. You should get your code on a piece of paper. If you haven’t gotten your code yet, Lavelle sent out a link where you can access the book as a free trial until your code comes in.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby 905151433 » Fri Oct 09, 2020 1:25 pm

I am slightly confused as to why people are saying sapling isn't mandetory?? It most certainly is. Sapling is where we submit our homework assignments which make up 50pts of our final grade.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Alex Mele 2E » Fri Oct 09, 2020 1:32 pm

905151433 wrote:I am slightly confused as to why people are saying sapling isn't mandetory?? It most certainly is. Sapling is where we submit our homework assignments which make up 50pts of our final grade.


I wonder if Sapling was just optional for previous classes, because our syllabus definitely says that it's mandatory for us. Like you said, we submit our homework through sapling and use the code from the UCLA store to access the ebook.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Marianna_Shand_3H » Fri Oct 09, 2020 2:32 pm

Is there a free trial access for the textbook? I bought the book but I don't think it'll get here in time for me to be able to do the assignments. Any help would be amazing, thank you

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Jason_Glass_3H » Fri Oct 09, 2020 2:39 pm

When you are on the homework problems for sapling, there should be a tab that says resources, and from there you can click on the textbook and look through it. I using the free trial still and this was how I access the textbook. Hope this helps!

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Sophia Spungin » Fri Oct 09, 2020 2:44 pm

Not sure if this is your question, but if you are ordering from the UCLA store, the e-book which is included with the sapling subscription, can only be accessed after you receive your physical Sapling access card. UCLA is currently working on shipping these codes out, and it will include access to the Sapling work program and the book. The free trial sapling access also provides access to the book I believe.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Joshua Chung 2D » Fri Oct 09, 2020 2:51 pm

Marianna_Shand_3H wrote:Is there a free trial access for the textbook? I bought the book but I don't think it'll get here in time for me to be able to do the assignments. Any help would be amazing, thank you

There's an option to do a free trial for a few days; it should show up on the page that you're prompted to submit the mailed code.
If you just need the textbook itself, there are PDFs floating around online. Check sites like libgen or b-ok.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Marianna_Shand_3H » Fri Oct 09, 2020 10:44 pm

Jason_Glass_3H wrote:When you are on the homework problems for sapling, there should be a tab that says resources, and from there you can click on the textbook and look through it. I using the free trial still and this was how I access the textbook. Hope this helps!


How did you access sapling if you didn't have the code sent in the mail? Also when are the homework problems due, my code should be here by 9pm tomorrow so maybe all my worrying is for nothing.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby angelasavage » Fri Oct 09, 2020 11:51 pm

Marianna_Shand_3H wrote:
Jason_Glass_3H wrote:When you are on the homework problems for sapling, there should be a tab that says resources, and from there you can click on the textbook and look through it. I using the free trial still and this was how I access the textbook. Hope this helps!


How did you access sapling if you didn't have the code sent in the mail? Also when are the homework problems due, my code should be here by 9pm tomorrow so maybe all my worrying is for nothing.


Is this a situation in which you already ordered the book and you didn't get the code along with it or are you just waiting on the book and the access code to come in the mail? If it's the first I would let the professor know about your circumstance, but for now we can use the (I think 10 day?) free trial which lets you access the Sapling and do the homework. The professor sent us an email about how to do that but let me know if you need help finding the access code too!

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Tiffanny_Carranza_2D » Sun Oct 11, 2020 3:15 pm

Tiffanny_Carranza_2D

Does anyone know where to find a physical copy of the textbook? I bought the e-book but I would really like a physical copy.
thank you (:

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Eric Tam 2D » Sun Oct 11, 2020 11:54 pm

805323675 wrote:Tiffanny_Carranza_2D

Does anyone know where to find a physical copy of the textbook? I bought the e-book but I would really like a physical copy.
thank you (:


The online UCLA Store is selling physical copies. I believe it does come with a code for the e-book, so you can use it to extend the licensing period of your existing e-book if there is one. However, the store does warn that it may ship you a used copy instead of a new one. It's unlikely that a used book would still have an unused code.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby alebenavides » Tue Oct 13, 2020 10:45 am

Does anyone know when we get our access code? I bought the book a few days ago but haven't received it so I had to get the free 10 day trial.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Mingzi Yang 1H » Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:24 pm

alebenavides wrote:Does anyone know when we get our access code? I bought the book a few days ago but haven't received it so I had to get the free 10 day trial.


When I ordered mines, it took about 6 days for the code to get delivered. I hope you will get your access code soon.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Zainab Jamali 3I » Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:15 pm

Ellison Gonzales 3F wrote:
Zainab Jamali 3I wrote:For anyone who ordered their textbook from the UCLA store and already received it, was it a physical copy? and if so, did it include an access code for sapling and/or the e-book?


It’s an e book for this course because there’s videos and links inside the book. You should get your code on a piece of paper. If you haven’t gotten your code yet, Lavelle sent out a link where you can access the book as a free trial until your code comes in.


Thank you so much for your helpful response!

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby AntonioZarich2E » Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:19 pm

Kennedi2J wrote:Does anyone know if Sapling is mandatory?

Sapling is listed on the syllabus as worth 5 points per week, so if by mandatory you mean graded, I think it is.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby AntonioZarich2E » Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:20 pm

alebenavides wrote:Does anyone know when we get our access code? I bought the book a few days ago but haven't received it so I had to get the free 10 day trial.

I got my access code for sapling in the mail a week or so after buying the book, but haven't gotten a code for the online book yet.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Chem_Mod » Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:56 pm

Sapling includes the Etextbook and the Student Solutions Manual.
All three for the price of one.

If you have access to Sapling website then you already have access to the Etextbook and the Student Solutions Manual.

Please ask TA, or UA, or another student to show you: The Ebook is on the right side of Sapling web page.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Joel Meza 2E » Sun Oct 18, 2020 12:45 pm

If you are still waiting to receive an access code in the mail after purchasing the e-textbook with Sapling through the UCLA store, try calling or e-mailing to see if you can receive your code digitally rather than having to wait.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Emilie_Paltrinieri_1K » Sun Oct 18, 2020 3:25 pm

I don't think sapling is mandatory, but I would recommend it as it is a great resource, as it gives another explanation of the material covered in class.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Janna Shakiba » Sun Oct 18, 2020 8:24 pm

The e-textbook is the link that Dr. Lavelle sent in one of his earlier emails. If you click on that and follow the instructions you will automatically get the e-textbook.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Janna Shakiba » Sun Oct 18, 2020 8:24 pm

The e-textbook is the link that Dr. Lavelle sent in one of his earlier emails. If you click on that and follow the instructions you will automatically get the e-textbook.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby AlyssaMaynard1C » Mon Nov 02, 2020 7:43 pm

Is purchasing a hard copy of the textbook worth the $190? I have difficulty viewing the textbook well on Sapling's site and like have a physical copy, but it is expensive and if it helps with the exams it would be worth it.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby Jagveer 2L » Mon Nov 02, 2020 8:20 pm

AlyssaMaynard1C wrote:Is purchasing a hard copy of the textbook worth the $190? I have difficulty viewing the textbook well on Sapling's site and like have a physical copy, but it is expensive and if it helps with the exams it would be worth it.

I have only used the e-book and it has been working for me, but if you would benefit from using a textbook instead of the e-book, then it is definitely worth the money. Plus, when you are done with the book you could sell it and make some money.

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby David He » Wed Nov 04, 2020 5:32 pm

I have purchased sampling access for 60 dollars or so, I believe that would be enough

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Re: Accessing the E-textbook

Postby 805377003 » Sun Nov 08, 2020 4:39 pm

I only purchased the online textbook and sapling for $70. It was on Lavelles website.


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