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Answered By: Kim Read Last Updated: Aug 16, 2016 Views: 111
You should have received your textbook from MBS Direct. Physical books will be sent to you, and ebooks will be available on your digital bookshelf. Ebook availability will usually be sent to you via an email that provides access information for the book. Sometimes this email goes to your spam or junk email folder, so be sure to check that.
If you do not receive an email notification from MBS Direct, or if you have any difficulties accessing a book, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. You can also call Student Services at 888-628-2752 x224 to ask about the status of your book. They can check your account and give you more information about where your book is.
The library doesn't usually have textbooks, but you can always check our online catalog to see if we have the book.
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