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Educators who want to consider books for course adoption may request examination copies. Paperback editions are available to professors for $5.00 per book (plus shipping). Hardcover editions are available at a fifty (50) percent discount (plus shipping). To obtain an examination copy, call 800-848-6224 ext. 1.
If you have adopted an OU Press book for a course and placed an order for 10 or more copies with your campus or local bookstore, you may request a free desk copy. If you purchased a review copy from OU Press, you are eligible to receive a refund for your hardcover purchase. Please mail or fax your request on institutional letterhead and provide the following information: