In an attempt to reduce your course materials costs, we’re participating in the Inclusive Access Program. This gives us online access to MyProgrammingLab, an interactive platform for the course textbook Problem Solving and Program Design in C. It includes online exercises and access to the full text.
All enrolled or waitlisted students are automatically included in this program. This handout contains information about accessing the resource and billing, so please read the following information carefully. It is a (slightly modified) version of what you should have received in email.
You now have access to the online instructional materials, including the book. You will be presented with an option to purchase a print version of the book. This version is a looseleaf/3 hole drilled version of the text that’s full color, and will be mailed to you.
The price for Inclusive Access is $92.95. If you order the print upgrade option to purchase a print version of the book, you get charged another $20.00. As the retail price for the book in new condition is $158.00, you save $45.05 over the retail price if you do both, and $65.05 if you don’t exercise the print upgrade option.
Your access is free for the first 10 days of class (through October 9th, 2015). After that, the Inclusive Access price will be billed to your MyBill account, unless you have chosen to opt out of the program.
If you use an alternate method of access to the online content and exercises, you must opt out of the Inclusive Access program before the billing date to avoid being billed. Once you do this, your access to the program will end after the opt-out deadline.
If you would like to opt out, go to http://books.ucdavisbookstore.com/comparison?id=7857639. Then click the green “Begin Price Comparison? button at the bottom of the screen. On the next screen, click the opt-out button and enter your information to cancel your access.
If you opt out by accident or decide to opt back in, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to have the access re-instated and billed.
If you drop the course before the billing deadline, you will automatically be opted out and will not be billed. If you drop the course after the billing deadline, you must notify the Inclusive Access team at email@example.com within 5 days to request a refund.
If you have any questions, please contact the digital course materials team at firstname.lastname@example.org. For technical support, go to http://247pearsoned.custhelp.com/.
|You can also obtain a PDF version of this.||Version of September 24, 2015 at 11:13PM|