I've been adjuncting for almost 5 years. I'd like to get into course development. So I contacted one of the schools that I adjunct (online) for and noted that there are courses offered in the on-campus program that are not offered online. (Seemed like a good way to start). They acknowledged that there remain a few electives that could/should be developed for online delivery and that if I'm interested, I can send them some ideas for syllabus and course materials. I have some ideas for the courses in question - but online courses are very content-driven and need strong texts. Is it feasible for me to contact publishers to ask for "instructor copies" to review? I have "instructor copies" that were sent to me for courses that I do facilitate so I know that they exist. I have access to an amazing library - so that's an option. But I'd prefer to have a book in-hand. What do you all think?