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Educate Faculty about Adoptions [Marketing Materials]

Posted by Kate Seat on 2/24/16 1:30 AM
Topics: textbook affordability, faculty relations, adoptions

When faculty members submit their adoptions on time (or early), your students have more opportunities to save when they purchase their course materials the following term. To make it easier for you to communicate the important role your faculty play in the price of textbooks, we've rounded up a selection of the free resources we've created over the past couple of years. Browse the materials below and simply click on each image to download each item or set.

Educate and engage with faculty:

From our February 2014 marketing plan, these customizable materials are designed to inform faculty and staff. Choose from these five different flyers to emphasize the importance of on-time adoptions.

 

Educate Faculty about Adoptions Click here to download these posters

Once adoptions are in, you'll want to acknowledge the hard work involved. Show your appreciation with thank you cards, a customizable coupon, a faculty appreciation event and more.

 

 

Engage Faculty about Adoptions Click here to download these materials

Social media images and additional posters

Dress up your timeline and promote your store's adoption deadlines with these fun, colorful images.

7408495306_78aeec1068_bAdoption roadmap

For a different take on what happens when adoptions are submitted on-time or past the deadline, check out this roadmap. Print it out to post or distribute, or download it to include as part of a reminder email blast.

 

Adoptions Roadmap Click to download the map as a PDF

Learn key strategies from your peers at other stores

See how store leaders across the country keep their faculty and staff informed in this webinar.

Webinar: Maintaining Strong Faculty Relationships from MBS Textbook Exchange, Inc. on Vimeo.

What strategies work best for your store? Let us know in the comments!

About Kate Seat

Kate Seat is a former copywriter at MBS. When away from work, she’s either creating one-of-a-kind art dolls, reading or watching way too much tv with her husband, daughter and an irritable chinchilla named Klaus.

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