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.
- 800 students involved
|Wei Li||Finance||Essentials of Investment|
|Mary High||Communication Studies||Communicating at Work|
|Kevin Den Adel||Accounting||Auditing and Assurance Services|
|Suely Oliveira||Computer Science||Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications|
|Matthew Howren||Psychology||Health Psychology|
|Danny Foster||Health and Human Physiology||The Essentials of Athletic Injury Management|
|Leyre Castro Ruiz||Psychology||Research Design and Methods|
|Nancy Langguth||Office of Student Services-Educ||Middle and Secondary Classroom Management|
|Christina Paxman||Granduate College||Communicating in Groups|
|John Murry||Marketing||New Products Management|
|Meara Habashi||Psychology||Personality Psychology|
|Gayan Rubasinghege||Chemistry in Context|
|Gleidson Gouveia||Schools, Culture, and Society||Meaning of Difference|
|Renee Cole||Chemistry||Experiments in Physical Chemistry|
|Raghu Mudumbai||Electrical-Computer Engineer||Analysis Using Transform Methods|