Course Material Requisition FAQs
- What is the Course Material Requisition (CMR) System?
- What are some key features of the system?
- How do I enroll in a training session?
- Will I need to receive a new link every semester?
- Will others be able to see my information?
- Can I search for the textbook in the adoption process or do I need complete information beforehand?
- Will I be able to see the textbooks used in the past for the course while putting in the adoption?
- What if my department handles textbook selections?
- As a new instructor/Department Admin. How do I receive training for the Course Material Requisition (CMR) System?
The Course Material Requisition (CMR) System is a third party course material requisition (CMR) system that is designed to make ordering course materials easier than ever. Feedback and suggestions from many faculty members through the years were taken into consideration during the design process.
Some notable features of the Course Material Requisition (CMR) System include, but are not limited to:
- The ability to view, select and re-use previous course specific material.
- The ability to request a complimentary desk copy.
- Built-in tutorial video at every step.
- Easy Search and select new textbooks from an extensive database of titles.
You will receive an email that contains a link that allows you to sign up for one of the training sessions. This link will also be available on the FSA Bookstore Liaison Faculty Student Advocate's webpage.
No, the original link can be used for each semester.
No. Your course profile is uniquely linked to the login link and your email address. No one else can access the information about your courses.
It is not necessary for you to know the textbook information beforehand. The Course Material Requisition (CMR) System features an extensive database of titles that allows you to search by ISBN, author, or book title. Titles from your search results may then be added to your course with one simple click.
The Course Material Requisition (CMR) System allows you to view all past course materials for the course. You can view and select books from your section, as well as previously used materials from other sections of the course.
Department Admins are able to select course materials on behalf of their entire department, as long as the FSA Bookstore Liaison Faculty Student Advocate's Office has been notified.
User manuals are available online on the FSA Bookstore Liaison Faculty Student Advocate's webpage. If you would like additional training, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule additional one on one training sessions.