Get discounted digital books and quick start on your class assignments by participating in the First Day Program. When you register for a First Day class, the cost of required course materials are added to your tuition and fees bill. These digital texts are uploaded to your Blackboard account for use on the first day of class.
The following courses are offering some First Day course sections.
First Day class materials are digital versions of the physical textbook that may include additional educational resources such as workbooks, problem sets, and tutorials. Digital textbooks have features that include highlighting, annotation, search functions, and multimedia links. All First Day materials are easy to access through Blackboard.
You may choose to opt out of the digital book discount and receive a refund after the class begins.
First Day is a program where the cost of digital course materials is included with your class fees for a particular class or program.
You receive digital versions of the physical textbook that may include additional educational resources such as workbooks, problem sets, tutorials, video, simulations and interactive software. Digital textbooks have many features that allow you to interact with your class content like never before. Standard features include highlighting, annotation, search functions, and multimedia links. All First Day materials are easy to access through our Blackboard learning management system.
Most publishers give you the option of purchasing a loose-leaf copy of the book through the campus bookstore for an additional fee. The loose-leaf copy can also be ordered online from the bookstore and shipped directly to your home. For more information, please review your course section materials on the ACC Bookstore page.
Some of the benefits of the First Day program are:
The fee for the digital course materials is automatically added to the tuition and fees you pay for the class. This fee applies only to First Day classes. It is applied each time you register for a First Day class, including if a class is repeated.
You will access your digital course materials through Blackboard as soon as the professor opens the class. You also can access the digital course material directly from the publisher's website. First-time users will need to create an account with the publisher providing the class material. Please ensure your pop-up blocker is disabled within your browser during use.