Textbooks for Public View

The following textbooks are available for public view at the Pima JTED District Office during business hours (2855 W. Master Pieces Drive, Tucson, AZ).

  • Formal adoption of the textbook “On Cooking: A Textbook of Culinary Fundamentals” by authors Sarah R. Labensky, Alan M. Hause, and Priscilla A. Martel, for Culinary Arts (5th edition, Pearson, ISBN-13 978-0-13-345855-8) is being considered and will take place after the text has been reviewed by the public for a period of sixty days (prior to the ratification for a formal adoption). On display through Oct. 2, 2017.
  • Formal adoption of the textbook “Managing and Troubleshooting Networks” by Mike Meyers for Information Technology (4th edition, McGraw Hill Education, ISBN -978-0-07-184827-5) is being considered and will take place after the text has been reviewed by the public for a period of sixty days (prior to ratification for a formal adoption). On display through Oct. 9, 2017.
  • Formal adoption of the textbook “Managing and Troubleshooting Networks – Lab Manual” by Mike Meyers and Jonathan S. Weissman, for Information Technology (4th edition, McGraw Hill Education, ISBN -978-0-07-184460-4) is being considered and will take place after the text has been reviewed by the public for a period of sixty days (prior to ratification for a formal adoption). On display through Oct. 9, 2017.
  • Formal adoption of the textbook “Health Information Management Technology – An Applied Approach” by volume editors Nanette B. Sayles and Leslie L. Gordon for Healthcare Information Technology (5th Edition, AHIMA, ISBN 978-1-58426-517-7) is being considered and will take place after the text has been reviewed by the public for a period of sixty days (prior to the ratification for a formal adoption). On display through Nov. 3, 2017.
  • Formal adoption of the textbook “Medical Language” by author Susan M. Turley for Healthcare Information Technology (4th Edition, Pearson, ISBN-13 978-0-13-431812-7) is being considered and will take place after the text has been reviewed by the public for a period of sixty days (prior to the ratification for a formal adoption). On display through Nov. 3, 2017.