Chegg founder, Osman Raid, has been working on the stealth product for awhile, and today it is available for purchase, the Kno. Osman is a serial entrepreneur who has already left a strong impact on the world of education, as the founding CEO of Chegg. Chegg is the innovative textbook rental company that has saved more than $200 million dollars for millions of college students at practically Continue Reading about Will the Kno be the answer to cheap textbooks?
Tired of paying thousands more for your bar exam test preparation after already leaving behind body parts for law school? Well, if you are testing in California or New York, you should check out BarMax. BarMax helps student prepare for the bar exam without spending $3-$4,000 with BarBri. The BarMax application helps students with the multiple parts of the bar exam: multiple choice, Continue Reading about BarMax now on the iPad – new bar exam etextbook option
RentScouter is happy to announce we are now partnered with CExchange, Consumer Electronics Exchange. CExchange is dedicated to reduce, reuse, and recycle electronics while putting cash in your pocket. Help the planet - sell electronics for cash and let others enjoy them or be responsibly recycled. A quick bit of information from the CExchange website: What it actually means to be Continue Reading about Recycle electronics and put some green in your wallet
Break Free of charge Publishing Announces its Newest Web site - 101MoneyTalk.com Chappaqua, NY (PRWEB) November 9, 2010 Break Free of charge Publishing announces the opening of its newest web site: 101MoneyTalk.com (https://www.101MoneyTalk.com) 101MoneyTalk.com is "A Financial Advisory Web site for the Other 95% of the World" 101MoneyTalk.com focuses it content on eight key Continue Reading about Break Free Publishing Announces its Newest Website – 101MoneyTalk.com
A recent article in The New York Times claims that college students, despite being a technology generation, still opt to buy or rent textbooks instead of purchasing electronic format textbooks. We all know textbooks are expensive costing on average $700 or more for a year's worth, but they are very heavy so would not students walking around texting want to carry their books electronically? The Continue Reading about College students prefer print textbooks to eTextbooks?
Thursday, October 21st, is the day when college students across the nation should will join in a national Affordable Textbook Day of Action organized by the Student Public Interest Research Groups (Student PIRGs). This is a great group that helps organize college students to help some solve of the world's most pressing public interest problems, read more about them here. Their call to action day Continue Reading about Affordable Textbook Day of Action on College Campuses
Students on college campuses are saving tons of cash with a textbook rental option. Renting books online permits students to rent their textbooks along with being able to acquire used, new, or ebook textbooks to help try and save on textbook buying costs. In accordance with their stated mission, eCampus.com's rental procedure has been created to be simple, quickly, and inexpensive. Students, Continue Reading about Textbook Rentals Up to 90% Cheaper Than Retail
eCampus has released some new coupon codes valid until November 10, 2010: KRUEGER - $5 off textbook rentals orders over $75 VOORHEES - $2 off ebook orders over $25 MYERS - $2 off used books from ecampus.com CHUCKY - $1 off Halloween DVD and BLURAY orders over $10 Enjoy the savings and Halloween theme. Continue Reading about eCampus Coupon Codes