Skip to Main Content

ICA Resources

Library Resources for Curriculum Support


Hello Everyone,

I have selected some titles to support the ICA courses, and have tried my best to categorize them into appropriate fields in the left hand menu. If the book is available from our library's digital collection, I have linked it. However, many of these are only in print. If you would like to check any of these  items out, please email me and we can have the item delivered to your mailbox in administration. 

Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions on formatting or entering in selected textbooks. 
Thank you,

Danielle Kaprelian 

Formatting Titles for CORs

When adding in titles, please use the following modified MLA format: 


Author Last Name, Author First Name. Title. edition (if applicable), Publisher, Publication Date.

McQuillen Martensen, Kathy. Radiographic Image Analysis. 5thed., Saunders, 2019.


Author Last Name, Author First Name, and Author First Name Author Last Name. Title. edition (if applicable), Publisher, Publication Date. 

Tanenbaum, Andrew S., and Todd Austin. Structured Computer Organization. 6th ed., Pearson, 2013. 


If there are 3 authors, please list all 3: 

Hass, Joel R., Christopher D. Heil, and Maurice D. Weir. Thomas' Calculus: Early Transcendentals. 14th ed., Pearson, 2018.

If there are 4+ authors, please use "et. al.":

Wysocki, Anne Frances, et al. Writing New Media: Theory and Applications for Expanding the Teaching of Composition. Utah State UP, 2004.


If you choose a title like the Wooden text, you will want to indicate that this is a "classic textbook" because it has an older publication date and there isn't a comparable text available that has been published recently.