For the Fall 2012 MSU eText pilot, only students and instructors in the below courses/sections have access to eTexts.
In most instances, eTexts refer to electronic versions of textbooks. But, eTexts can mean a lot more! eTexts can also refer to content that accompanies, or is embedded in, electronic textbooks (videos, links, presentations, assignments/exercises, etc.).
This fall, over 1,000 MSU students in four courses, listed below, will participate in an electronic textbook (eText) pilot. This is an exciting opportunity for students to use electronic textbooks (that they don't have to pay for!) and provide MSU with valuable feedback about their experiences.
The following courses and sections are participating in the Fall 2012 electronic textbook pilot at MSU: