Fall 2012 Pilot

With the Sponsoship of the Provost’s office and ITS, The University of Iowa has participated in an eTextbook pilot in conjunction with a national project supported by Internet2 and Educause.

    The fall 2012 pilot included approximately 800 students using Courseload (a browser based eReader) as a platform and Mcgraw Hill e-texts.

    In addition, the University was awarded a Donald Rieck research grant to conduct an IRB approved research study on the use and effectiveness of eTexts in the fall pilot.

  • Courseload
    • 800 students involved
NameDepartmentCourse
Wei LiFinanceEssentials of Investment
Mary HighCommunication StudiesCommunicating at Work
Kevin Den AdelAccountingAuditing and Assurance Services
Suely OliveiraComputer ScienceDiscrete Mathematics and Its Applications
Matthew HowrenPsychologyHealth Psychology
Danny FosterHealth and Human PhysiologyThe Essentials of Athletic Injury Management
Leyre Castro RuizPsychologyResearch Design and Methods
Nancy LangguthOffice of Student Services-EducMiddle and Secondary Classroom Management
Christina PaxmanGranduate CollegeCommunicating in Groups
John MurryMarketingNew Products Management 
Meara HabashiPsychologyPersonality Psychology
Gayan Rubasinghege Chemistry in Context
Gleidson GouveiaSchools, Culture, and SocietyMeaning of Difference
Renee ColeChemistryExperiments in Physical Chemistry
Raghu MudumbaiElectrical-Computer EngineerAnalysis Using Transform Methods

 

Article number: 
101373
Last updated: 
May 19, 2016