Discounted Access to eTextbooks through First Day Program for Summer 2020

During this time of remote instruction, students may have challenges procuring textbooks through traditional means. If your Summer 2020 textbooks are available in electronic form, please consider making them available to your students through the First Day inclusive access program. This opt-in program managed by Barnes & Noble allows students to immediately access their digital course materials through Webcourses@UCF at no charge from the first day of class through the add/drop deadline. During this time, they have the option to purchase the eTextbook at a discounted rate and defer payment through their student account. After the add/drop deadline they may still purchase the book through traditional means. If you have not already registered your course for the program, check to see if it’s on the list of eligible Summer 2020 courses.

The deadline to request access for Summer 2020 courses has been extended to Thursday, April 2nd.

For more information about the program, including a list of eligible courses and the Request Form, please visit: https://digitallearning.ucf.edu/ilab/aim/first-day/