UHV Follett Discover
UHV Faculty and Student:
Log in with your UHV account to see the list of books and other learning materials needed for your course(s).
There are several options a student has when it comes to getting textbooks for classes. These include buying, renting, downloading eBooks or borrowing. There is not a right or wrong choice when it comes to textbooks, but you should know your options before making your selection. Below is a list of pros and cons to consider. To find out which books you need for classes, consult your course syllabi or visit the Jag Station bookstore.
Pros: The book is yours and you can keep, sell or lend it to someone else. In some cases, you can sell the book back to the bookstore.
Cons: This typically is the most expensive option.
Pros: This is a cost-effective option. It prevents you from accumulating a library of textbooks.
Cons: It can be expensive if you miss the deadline for sending the book back to the lender.
Pros: eBooks download instantly to your laptop, tablet or other personal electronic devices. This is a cost-effective option. You can easily make and search for notes and highlights.
Cons: It can be difficult on your vision. Buyback options are not available. The availability is limited.
Pros: It’s free.
Cons: The book may be worn. Some books require an online access code that is only good for one-time use.