Lakeland's bookstore sells textbooks, both new and used. Students must produce a Lakeland class schedule and a photo ID if purchasing textbooks with financial aid or a credit card. A photo ID is also required to sell back textbooks.
Lakeland Schedule Viewer
Find courses and textbooks (click on the book icon for ISBN numbers)
The Library does not purchase textbooks to circulate, however, we have a few donations that do. Normal loan periods apply. Also, some instructors put textbooks and other supplemental materials into our Course Reserves, which can be used for periods of two hours at a time in the library.
To find textbooks in the library, search the catalog by book title, author, or search the textbook reserve list. Each textbook has an ISBN number located on the back cover that is unique to that book. Searching by ISBN is probably the easiest way to locate a specific edition.
Occasionally, one can locate current textbooks in OhioLINK, but it is more common to find previous editions. OhioLINK books check out for 3 weeks and can be renewed if no one else places a hold, however, textbooks are in high demand. There are no guarantees that textbooks will arrive on a timely basis.
Search the OhioLINK Catalog
Occasionally, one can locate current textbooks in Clevnet. To borrow from Clevnet, you need to get a card from any Clevnet library (Euclid, Willoughby, Perry, Madison, Kirtland, Cleveland Heights, etc.) Again, there are no guarantees that textbooks will arrive on a timely basis.
Search the Clevnet Catalog
Many students compare prices of textbooks on the web. Prices on the web may be somewhat lower, but be aware of delivery times and shipping costs. Lakeland Library does not endorse any particular booksellers.