Course Readers

We are now accepting submissions for readers, workbooks and lab manuals for the Spring 2018 academic quarter. If you plan to have a course reader, workbook or lab manual, we encourage you to submit your materials as soon as you have them ready.

You can either bring your materials to our office in Jack Baskin Engineering, room 25, in the basement right by the loading dock for the building, Monday through Friday, between 8am and 4:30pm, or you can email us your materials if you have them electronically.

Is your reader the same, or very similar to a reader you've used in the past? Let us know! This usually expedites the turn around time for printing your reader!

(Future submission dates are found here.)

To order a reader, Please download and complete the Professor Publishing Reader Order form. We also have this form available in Jack Baskin Engineering, Room 25 and are happy to fill it out for you.

 

If you are unsure whether your reader requires copyright clearance, please visit this UC Copyright Education Web Site for more information. You can also call or email us at (831) 459-3888 or profpub@ucsc.edu with any questions you may have.
If your reader, lab manual or workbook does NOT require copyright clearance, please download and complete this form: Authorization to Reproduce Printed Materials Form
If your reader, lab manual or workbook does require copyright clearance, please download and complete this form: Copyright Clearance Request Form
If you are unsure whether your reader requires copyright clearance, please visit this UC Copyright Education Web Site for more information. You can also call or email us at (831) 459-3888 or profpub@ucsc.edu with any questions you may have.

Once you have your materials collected and you've filled out your forms, you can either bring your materials to Jack Baskin Engineering, Room 25 between 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday or you can email your materials and forms to profpub@ucsc.edu

Don't forget to save your forms before emailing them.

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Course Readers

Course readers provide Professors with the ability to customize specific texts for their classes. Instead of having to purchase complete works where a small portion will be required for study, students pay only for the material actually used in class. A Professor simply selects, copies, and submits the material they wish to have reproduced for their class, and we do the rest!

Lab Manuals

If you have authored your own lab manual, you simply need to place an order and submit your original documents or a PDF file of them. We will produce high quality books from them for your students.


In addition to digitally cleaning and paginating your materials, we can also number tables of contents and insert color slipsheets between articles to help your students navigate through their readings. We also offer copyright clearances for articles or chapters as needed.