Open Course Library offers Cheap Textbooks Alternative

This past Monday the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges announced the launch of the Open Course Library to help college students combat the rising cost of education by providing a new alternative for cheap textbooks. The state of Washington has put up $750,000 which was matched by the Bill and Melinda Gates […]

Amazon enters textbook rental market with Kindle Textbook Rentals

Amazon is entering the textbook rental landscape by launching their Kindle Rental program today.  Amazon’s textbook buyback credit program is doing very well with their high prices, but they are very late to the online textbook rental market dominated by players like BookRenter and Chegg.  However, never discount Amazon which is willing to lose money […]

South Korea going all digital textbooks by 2015

South Korea’s Education Ministry has announced it wants all school age level educational materials to be delivered in a digitized format by 2015.  It hopes that by 2014 all elementary level materials will be read on a variety of computers, smart phones, and tablets.  No specific equipment choices have been made, but the Ministry did […]

Suze Orman talks College Finances at Chegg – Textbook Rental HQ!

Check out Suze Orman supplying priceless suggestions on student loans and repayment assistance! Suze – Thanks for visiting Chegg – Textbook Rental HQ ! Chegg saves you time and cash when your rent books online, and now is rewarding you with cool prizes just for renting your textbooks! Rent from this semester and you’ll […]

Rent Textbooks Online And Save Your Beer Money

How to rent textbooks online is a question many are asking themselves in the quest for cheap textbooks. Renting books online has been a growing trend over the past several years not only because of the rising cost of textbooks, but also with the worsening economy.  Anyone that has recently attended college, or knows someone […]