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ADOPTION INSTRUCTIONS FOR FACULTY:


* If you have any problems or questions regarding this process, please contact Karen Gregory at kgregory@edinborobookstore.com*

GO TO THE BOOKSTORE WEBSITE AT WWW.EDINBOROBOOKSTORE.COM

CLICK ON "FACULTY ADOPTIONS" ON THE MENU AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE.

ENTER YOUR LOG IN INFORMATION (OR SELECT "REGISTER HERE" IF IT IS YOUR FIRST TIME ON THE SITE - OR SELECT "LOST YOUR PASSWORD" IF YOU NEED TO RECOVER YOUR PASSWORD).  IF YOU ARE REGISTERING FOR THE FIRST TIME, YOU WILL BE ASKED FOR A DEPARTMENT USER NAME AND PASSWORD - CONTACT THE BOOKSTORE IF YOU NEED THIS INFORMATION.

To get started, click Guided Adoption from the Faculty Adoption" main menu (please do not use any of the other adoption type selections offered).

Step 1 - Create Course

Create your course using the fields on the screen as your guide.  Click Add Course when fininshed.

Step 2 - Find Books

You are prompted for the method you would like to use to find books.  These methods are:
*     Search by keywork, author, title or ISBN
*     Browse by subject
*     Use history from previous terms
*     Enter an unlisted title
*     Browse your own list of titles

Add books to your course using the Adopt button.  As you adopt each book you are prompted to add more books.
You can keep track of what you've added using the floating course list on the screen.

Step 3 - Select Usage

When you say No to adopt books you view the select usage screen.  You may enter a message if needed.
Select the usage code (from the list) for the books that you selected.
Click Review Adoption when ready.

Step 4 - Review and Submit

Review your adoption information to ensure it is correct.
You may use any of the steps across the top of the section to go back and make edits if necessary.
Click Submit Adoption when ready.

That's it.  Your adoption is complete.  Listed below are the additional steps on the confirmation page:
*     Printing the adoption
*     Creating a new adoption
*     Copying the adoption to a new course
 






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