First Day

Publisher Integration and Support


With First Day, faculty continue to deliver their course(s) in the same way they always have (unless they decide to change their materials or the type of integration they have).

Therefore, under most circumstances, there is very little to do besides make sure everyone (i.e. publisher, faculty, bookstore, and maybe even the ID) is communicating clearly with one another.

This may sound like a ‘given’, but it is not, and a lack of communication the first time through with can result in undesirable consequences for everyone involved, including the students.

How the publisher supports faculty…

Have your faculty member reach out directly to his/her publisher representative for questions related to content eligibility and delivery.


How the UCF bookstore supports faculty…

Have your faculty member reach out to Melissa Yopack (Melissa.Yopack@ucf.edu) for questions about the First Day program (e.g., ISBN submission deadline), the student purchasing experience (e.g., attaining a print/looseleaf copy of the book) or billing.


How DDL supports faculty…

Have your faculty member reach out to iLab@ucf.edu for any questions that cannot be answered by the publisher or the bookstore.

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Affordable Instructional Materials – ID Handbook by James Paradiso, Aimee deNoyelles, John Raible, Denise Lowe, Debra Luken is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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