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Textbook Rental: A Certain Way to Reduce College Costs  

All about textbooks By December 21, 2021 Tags: , , , No Comments

Growing college tuition costs and student loan debt remains a massive problem of our generation in the U.S. that ballooned in the past decade. The issue of unjustifiably high college costs was accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemics. Although the problem is systemic and no easy fix can be found, as a student, there is a way for you to cut some of the college expenses down, and that’s when textbook rental comes into play.

Top 10 Websites to Find Free Textbooks Online

Study tips By December 2, 2021 Tags: , , No Comments

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In our earlier articles, we’ve already covered a range of resources where you can find used textbooks for sale and rent. However, you can only stretch your budget to a certain extent, right?

With that in mind, we suggest that you should resort to free textbook options and get your hands on everything you can find. Sounds good?

In this article, we’ve compiled a list of reputable online resources that offer free educational materials — 10 thoroughly selected and checked websites where you can find textbooks at no cost. Out of numerous websites, we’ve weeded out the ones that are either outdated, or irrelevant, or seemingly helpful, or are simply lacking in some important way, and now, we are ready to share the ones you can completely rely on in your studies.

These websites want to make access to education easier and more affordable by offering their materials under an open license. They also provide them in a variety of formats from PDFs to eBooks, which makes the learning process more convenient, especially now, when studying from home has become our new reality. So let’s get started.

Why You Should Own Physical Books

All about books By April 17, 2021 Tags: , , , No Comments

Should you own physical books or at least some hard copies of your favorite novels? Or is it more sensible to sell used books and switch to ebooks? There is no right or wrong here, and this guide will help you review available options. You will learn about possible “use case” scenarios for various types of physical books — from coffee table volumes to expensive college textbooks. It is up to you to decide which option makes the most sense for you!

The Winner of the BookScouter Quarterly Book Scholarship

News & Updates By April 9, 2021 Tags: , , , No Comments

We are excited to announce the winner of the BookScouter Quarterly Book Scholarship! Our winner is Raegen Bennett from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, who is majoring in Biology. Congratulations! We wish you to be a brilliant and passionate student with a fantastic career ahead of you!


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