Bookstores and Textbooks
The Providence Campus Bookstore is located in the Shepard Building, Room 211. Books for any courses offered in Providence are available at the URI Providence Bookstore.
The Kingston Campus Bookstore is located in the Memorial Union Building on Lower College Road on the Kingston Campus.
|Monday – Thursday||9:00 am – 5:30 pm|
|9:00 am – 1:00 pm|
Store hours are extended at the beginning of each semester. Call 401-277-5120 for recorded message including store hours.
Call 401-874-2721 for a recorded message to confirm store hours.
To Order Textbooks
Textbooks may be ordered online at http://www.bookstore.uri.edu/prov/
Classroom Media Assistance
Reserve equipment at least 48 hours in advance. If you plan to use any equipment in your classroom, please complete the online A/V order form so that the equipment can be checked before your class meeting time. The following equipment is available for classroom use:
- VCR and DVD players
- LCD projector
- Windows laptop
- Speakers (for laptop only)
- Boombox (cassette/CD player)
The following rooms have Audio/Visual equipment already installed: 202, 203, 213, 233, 243, 423, 425, 427, 431, 438, 439, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 447, Paff Auditorium.
Request classroom media as follows:
- Online Form
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax 401-277-5460
- Telephone 401-277-5173
- Complete an A/V order in Room 327
- Self-checkout and pick-up http://hdwiki.uri.edu/index.php/Classroom_Media_Assistance
Space Reservation Form
To reserve space at ASFCCE, please complete the Space Reservation Form.
If you are interested in teaching your courses in asynchronous Web-based format, please visit http://sakai.uri.edu
Sakai is a Web-based course tools system. In addition to publishing course material on the Web, it integrates tools such as a conferencing system, on-line chat, on-line quiz, student progress tracking, grade maintenance and distribution, course content search and calendar.
E-Campus Guide for Instructors
To access faculty information regarding e-Campus, including information on registration, logging into the system, class rosters, class schedules, submitting mid-term and final grades, permission numbers (overrides), please viewhttp://www.uri.edu/ecampus/tutorials/faculty_e-campus_guide.pdf
Library Services for Instructors
CCE instructors may request a library instruction session for any class. We will teach students how to use the various tools available in the library, including the computer databases. Classes can be geared to specific subjects and/or assignments. We also offer LIB 120, a 3-credit course in information literacy. It is an in-depth look at information retrieval and critical analysis, teaching information gathering, and management skills.
Instructors may put items on Reserve for your class. To find out what is on Reserve you may look up your course by Instructor or by course code. If there is an electronic version of the item you want, it will be listed as such. Click on the item you want and it will appear, full text, on your screen. You may be asked for your name and library bar code to verify your identity. This makes some Reserve items available to you from ANY computer-at home, at work, or in another library.