It is important to make sure you are purchasing the exact textbook your instructor is requiring for your NAU courses. This will ensure the pages you read and
the exercises you complete are the same as those assigned by the instructor. One
way to ensure you are purchasing the correct textbook is to check for the
correct ISBN number. You can look up the correct textbook information even
before you enroll in a course by following the steps below to View Required Textbooks in LOUIE.
After logging into your
LOUIE Student Center, select the Search for Classes button located in the upper
right-hand side of the window.
Search for Classes
Select the semester you wish to find textbooks for and
click the button labeled Go.
Select a semester and click Go
Select the course information in the appropriate
text boxes under Class Search Criteria and click the Search button.
Select the course information and then click Search
bring up a list of the classes that meet the search criteria. Click on the
Section number link to see the Class Details for this class section.
NOTE: Each class
section could be taught by a different instructor, so it’s important to bring
up the Class Details page for each section in which you are considering
enrolling and notice whether a different textbook is required.
Click the section number of the class you wish to view
Click on the View Required Textbooks link located on the Class Details page.
Click View Required Textbooks
will come up with the ISBN number, estimated prices, title and author(s), along
with any other information that is available for each book.
- If textbooks are required,
and your instructor has given the information to the NAU Bookstore, that
information will display.
- If textbooks are not required for a given class section, that information will display as well.
- If no textbook
assignment was received by the NAU Bookstore, information telling students that
materials have not been assigned will display. Please contact your instructor.
A window will display textbook information for the course