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Welcome to MC Books & More

Welcome to MC Books & More

Germantown • Rockville • Takoma Park/Silver Spring

Faculty

Welcome to the MC Books & More Faculty Home Page.

TEXTBOOK ADOPTIONS

As a rule, adoptions for summer and fall will be due on the second Friday in April.  Adoptions for winter and spring will be due the second Friday in October.

If you have questions about IMAAG or need tutorials & FAQ, please visit the links to your left.
For Training Information and contacts CLICK HERE or scroll to the bottom of the page.

If you are ready to start choosing your textbooks, click on your campus to be transferred to the online adoptions page:

TRAINING!

Training for the on-line textbook adoption system will be held at all three campuses as “one-on-one training at your desk” for all those in need.  We will come to you for individual or group training!  This training is for academic deans, faculty and administrative aides who are involved in the adoption of course textbooks and other instructional materials.  All textbook adoptions are on-line and will require adherence to the Instructional Materials Affordability & Accessibility Guidelines (IMAAG).*

To set up a training time or for further information, contact:

Germantown:
Tom Pollins, Book Buyer, 240-567-7657, tom.pollins@montgomerycollege.edu
Philip Zanga, Assistant Retail Operations Manager (GT), 240-567-6921, philip.zanga@montgomerycollege.edu

Rockville:
Brooke Higdon, Purchasing Manager, 240-567-7919, brooke.higdon@montgomerycollege.edu 
Anna Nicolaisen, Book Buyer, 240-567-7133, anna.nicolaisen@montgomerycollege.edu

Takoma Park/Silver Spring:
Tom Pollins, Book Buyer, 240-567-7657, tom.pollins@montgomerycollege.edu 
Paul Kalidas, Retail Operations Manager (TP/SS), 240-567-1520, paul.kalidas@montgomerycollege.edu

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!!!

*The IMAAG (Instructional Materials Affordability & Accessibility Guidelines) have been formulated to comply with state and federal legislation to reduce the high cost of textbooks and other materials to students.  The Guidelines also are designed to enhance transparency and disclosure with respect to the selection, purchase, sale, and use of course material.  IMAAG is not meant to supersede, in any way, the institutional autonomy or academic freedom of faculty members involved in the selection of college textbooks and supplemental materials.


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