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How to access your Ebook

Carrying a load of expensive and bulky textbooks back and forth on the subway can hurt your back and your wallet. We have started to use electronic textbooks (i.e., ebooks) in all of our classes this semester because they are less expensive, and you can read them on your phone, laptop, or tablet.

To access your ebook:
Use your student ID to log into Blackboard. (Please note that your password and user name are your student ID number).

Once you are logged into BlackBoard, please look under Course Information for the link to your Cengage Unlimited Dashboard.  Please click on that link, and you will be taken directly to the Cengage website.  If you are a new student, then you will need to create an account using your ASA Email address.  Upon account confirmation (please check your SPAM folder), you will be able to access over 20K titles including your course books.

If your instructor has not already explained the process in class, please take a moment to view this short video on how to access your ebooks located in Cengage Unlimited which can be found via BlackBoard:

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