[nabs-l] Where Do Textooks Come From?

Elizabeth lizmohnke at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 23 00:57:12 UTC 2009


Okay, so then how do i go about contacting the publishers to receive a digital editions of my textbooks? Do i just search for the companies online and send them an email with my request? Or is it better to call the publisher and speak with someone from a particular department? Since it sounds as though there are some members on the list who have some experience in contacting the publishers directly, do you have any tips to share to attempt to make this venture a success? I've never done this before, so I'm curious to find out how other people have tried to do it and whether or not their venture was successful.

 

Thanks,

Elizabeth

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