Chegg, a leading provider of books for rent online, announced today it is expanding its digital services to college students in an ongoing effort to help campus students succeed in school. Already a leader in renting textbooks for cheap, Chegg is now offering personalized digital educational tools which will help students everywhere save money, time and work more efficiently in college.
What are these new tools that Chegg is releasing?
We all know that Chegg acquired CourseRank awhile back, but today they released a new website showing off Cramster, the leading provider of homework help and solutions. Already encompassing over 600 college campuses nationwide, the new site will allow course specific advice and homework help. Chegg has been deploying its venture capital strategically over the last several months to bring about this inspiring change to the college world by giving students a new way to comprehensively organize their academic life. Chegg hopes to have this service offered in over 1,000 schools by the end of 2011. The new site is even offering a 14 day free trail of the service to college students who wish to get textbook specific solutions, homework help on any college subject, and a network of helpful experts to answer homework questions quickly. Plus, Cramster is not just for college textbook answers, but high school book students, and anyone that might have a question about their homework.
With CourseRank, Chegg is offering detailed college specific information about college courses including grade distributions, student course reviews, a schedule builder, and of course textbook list to make renting textbooks for cheap quick and easy with Chegg or whichever textbook rental company offers you the best price. Don’t forget to conduct a textbook rental price comparison at RentScouter today. Check out the new site to get homework help or detailed college course information on your next classes.