Textbook & Software Requirements
For The
Online Retailing Class

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TEXTBOOK  

The text we will be using for this course is Retailing Management A Strategic Approach, by Michael Levy, PH.D. and Barton A. Weitz,  PH.D.. This 6th edition, published by McGraw-Hill/Irwin in 2007, represents the latest concepts in the field of Retailing. You may purchase the textbook from the Prince George?s Community College Bookstore. To learn more about this text just click on this link Online Learning Center. When the site opens click on Student Resources.

You may purchase the textbook from the Prince George’s Community College Bookstore.

Bookstore hours are:
Mon.-Fri.: 8am -7pm
Sat: 8am - 1pm

Required Textbook:  

Title: Retailing Management: A Strategic Approach, 6th edition
Author: Michael Levy and Barton A. Weitz
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Irwin in 2007
ISBN: 0-07-301978-X

Required Hardware:

This may sound ridiculous, but from my experience it is worth saying: You must have a computer in good working condition. If you are having any problems with your computer have it repaired before starting this course. If your computer is not working you are, from an online perspective, absent from class. There are so many exciting things happening in this online class, you do not want to be absent.

Required Software:

You must be connected to the Internet and have Internet Explorer (Version 6 is preferred and recommended).

You will need to have Microsoft Office 97 or higher installed on your computer, especially WORD and PowerPoint

All assignments must be submitted in Microsoft Word ONLY.
No other word processing program is acceptable.

Required Computer Skills

Because this course is on-line, you must have the following basic computer skills to be successful:

1- You must be familiar with a Windows.
2- You must know how to use Microsoft Word.
3- You must know how to logon and use the Internet.
4- You must know how to send and receive email messages.
5- You must know how to send and receive email attachments.
6- You must know how to copy file from the hard drive to a floppy disk.
7- You must know how to copy files from a floppy disk to the hard drive.
8- You must know how to send information to a printer.

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