Logistics: How to Compile Readings


There are several ways to compile class readings: you may order books at the UVA bookstore, you may post readings online, compile a course packet through a local bookstore, or compile a course packet through a publisher.
 
To order books at the UVA bookstore: Submit a request through your class toolkit page.

To post readings online: Submit a request to UVA's Instructional Scanning Services office, which will post readings to your class Toolkit page. For more details, go to http://www.lib.virginia.edu/leo/iss.html


To compile a course packet through a local bookstore: Gather the readings you want and bring them to Brillig Books (on Elliewood Avenue, across from Take It Away). Brillig will clear the copyright permissions and bind the readings together. Students can buy the reader at Brillig. If you submit the materials early enough in the summer, students get a reduced price on the reader.


To compile a course packet through a publisher: Certain publishers will bind together a book made specifically for your class, made up of your choices of the essays that the publisher owns. Check out http://www.mhhe.com/primis/.