Answered By: Vicki Sciuk
Last Updated: Jun 23, 2016     Views: 101

Most courses that had a printed textbook in the past use eTexts or Digital Learning Resources now, so your classes probably do too. 

To find your eTexts or Digital Learning Resources first log into Blackboard, and open that course. Look at the blue menu on the left side of the screen. eText (or Digital Learning Resources) will be listed near the bottom of the menu if your class uses one. Click on it, then click again, and you'll see all the eTexts or Digital Learning Resources (DLRs) that you have for this quarter. 

The eTexts are online version of textbooks. The DLRs are additional materials that can help you in the course, such as slideshows, lab manuals, videos or Study Ware (see next to the Medical Terminology eText below) that contain sample quizzes and tools for online practice and reinforcement of the material you are studying. 

For classes for next term that aren't in Blackboard yet, you can check the Berkeley bookstore website for the class to see if it lists an e-Text or a print textbook for that course.


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