Course Materials Submission and Distribution
Course materials submission and distribution process details are emailed to all faculty and support staff 4-6 weeks in advance of the course material submission deadline. The email includes a "THINGS TO DO" checklist and deadlines for the term. Course materials go on sale to students approximately two weeks before the term begins and are delivered electronically through a Study.net course site.
Overview of Course Materials Processing and Distribution:
- After submission, Study.net clears copyright permission, sets the price and creates the course site.
- The Kresge Learning Support Team sets up your access to the Study.net course site and provides you with a printed TEXTPAK if requested. A printed TEXTPAK is NOT made available on course reserves.
- The Kresge Learning Support Team sends you an email asking you to review and approve the Study.net course site. Add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email Contacts to insure you see this message in your inbox.
- After you approve the Study.net course site, Kresge posts an announcement on your CTools site with information on purchasing course materials. This message appears approximately 2 weeks before classes begin.
- Students purchase access to the Study.net course site and an optional printed TEXTPAK.
- The TEXTPAK print format is standardized - card stock front and back covers and white 3-hole punch paper.
- University of Michigan Printing Services prints the TEXTPAK orders and delivers them to the Kresge Annex for student pick up. The printed TEXTPAK includes only those materials that are printable. I t does not include material links, website or spreadsheet files.
Email the Kresge Learning Support Team if you will not be able to meet the deadline date or have any questions.
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