Access to Broadview titles and other information related to COVID-19
Updated February 25, 2021
Examination and Desk Copy Policy:
We are able to provide instructors with electronic or print examination and desk copies upon request. We can send electronic copies over email within 1-2 business days. If you prefer a print copy, we can have it sent to either your institutional address or your home address.
To request a copy, please write to your Publisher’s Representative, fill in the “Request Exam Copy” form on the book’s product page, or fill in your book request details here.
If you aren’t sure who your Representative is, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your school name and state/province. Your message will be forwarded to the appropriate contact from there.
Broadview’s warehouse is open and ready to fill orders of print texts for course use and for individual sales.
It is best for instructors to place course orders for Broadview titles through their campus bookstores, the majority of which are able to ship directly to students’ home addresses. Books can also be purchased directly from the Broadview Press website, where shipping is free on orders over $50. American customers can also support local bookstores by purchasing through bookshop.org.
For queries or course orders, please contact email@example.com or 1-705-482-5915. Customer service and the warehouse are open Monday-Thursday 8:30-5:00 Eastern Time, and 8:30-3:00 on Fridays.
The vast majority of Broadview books are available in both print and eBook form. Ebooks can be purchased from any of the vendors listed below.
We recommend either Google Play or whichever eBook vendor your university or college bookstore has partnered with. Google Play is recommended due to its ease of use, and because it provides both original page layout and flowing text formats in a single purchase. Both formats are available for the majority of titles, though there are a few exceptions.
What if I wish to assign a text in electronic form but no eBook option is listed on the Broadview website?
While the majority of our titles are available for sale as eBooks, some of them contain in-copyright materials which we do not have permission to sell in eBook form. If the product page on our website does not list an eBook as available for sale, we are unfortunately legally unable to offer it as an eBook on any platform. We deeply regret the inconvenience that this may cause. We will, however, be happy to ship bound copies either to your bookstore or to students’ home addresses. We’re committed to ensuring that all Broadview books remain consistently available in one format or another for course use.
What if some of my students have not yet received their books on the first day of class?
If shipping or ordering delays are threatening to derail your syllabus, we’ll do our best to keep you on track with temporary digital readings. Please contact your Broadview Representative with the title of the text you’re using, along with the page numbers of readings you plan to cover in the first week or two of class. If you aren’t sure who your Broadview Representative is, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.