Answered By: Steve Runge Last Updated: Aug 16, 2017 Views: 127
BC Libraries does not have a policy of acquiring all textbooks for all classes. However, some professors see to it that we acquire the textbooks for their classes, and some professors have their textbooks put on reserve. Try either of these options:
1. Check to see if the textbook is on reserve for your class. Reserve readings can be checked out for 2 hours.
2. Search the library catalog. Use one distinctive word from the title and an author's last name. (This works best if the author's name is unusual.) If you need:
Mathematical Statistics with Applications (Seventh Edition), 2008, by Wackerly, D., Mendenhall Ill.
You might search "statistics wackerly".
3. If BC Libraries does not have the book, you might still be able to get it from another library.