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eTextbooks

Hocking College continues to work to create more convenient and cost-saving ways for students to get textbooks. ETextbooks were tested with select college programs during the 2013-14 academic year, and eTextbooks are available for many classes. Other classes use traditional textbooks or other educational resources. Students have a choice of learning resources to purchase through the online bookstore or at the Hocking College Bookstore.

Information about what educational resources are needed for a class can be found in Moodle. Each class will have a message about what books or other resources are required, and how those resources can be purchased.

To find out what books and resources are required for a class:

  • Log in to Moodle. Your Moodle login information is the same as your Hocking College Email login.
  • Click on class information - Each class will have resources defined as "ground bookstore," "online bookstore" or "no text," and information on how resources can be purchased.

The "ground bookstore" is the Hocking College Bookstore, located on the second floor of Davidson Hall. The online bookstore includes eTextbooks, traditional textbooks, used textbooks and some textbook rental opportunities.

Course fees will no longer be used to automatically purchase learning resources for specific classes. Students enrolled in classes using learning resources available through the online bookstore will see a link in Moodle allowing them to request a financial aid voucher to use towards their learning resources. If the learning resources are available through the regular Hocking College Bookstore, students will be able to use their financial aid directly in the Bookstore.

The Hocking College Bookstore staff is the primary point of contact for any questions and/or service needs. Students can stop by DVD 224 or call 740.753.6188 for assistance. There is also a computer terminal setup at the ground bookstore to assist students with their online book purchases.

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