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Online Textbook Rentals: Books for Lease
Author: Fran Gilmore
The great thing about my undergraduate career was that it whirled by SO fast. That’s because I was enrolled in classes that lasted a quarter—around three months give or take a few we...
Pay as you read textbooks?
Author: Deb Baker
As a parent and a former student, I think it sounds brilliant not to pay thousands of dollars for textbooks. As a writer who tracks publishing trends, I wonder if this model could kill...
Bookstep offers a la carte model for e-textbooks
Author: Chris Meadows
I’m sure everyone who went to college has had the experience of having to buy a whole book when their professor only turned out to need a few chapters from it. One of the obvious benefits ...
Bookstep: "Pay What You Want" Textbook Model
Author: Dennis Abrams
If the move from hard copy to digital textbooks seems like a natural 21st-century progression; imagine what the next step might be. Imagine a website that allows students to pay what they want f...
Get Your Textbooks
Author: Marcus P. Zillman
In this age of increasing school fees, students don't want to pay hundreds of dollars for a textbook, read a few chapters, take a few notes and then sell it back for a fraction of what they ...
Read Textbooks Online With Bookstep
Author: Brad Merrill
No one likes buying textbooks. You pay your hard-earned money to read a couple chapters, take some notes, and sell the book at a fraction of the cost. It’s a waste of money. But startups l...
Max Basaraba Talks Digital Publishing
Author: Dianna Dilworth
Bookstep.com is a new website for digital textbooks. The site lets students pay what they want for digital textbooks and social study features. We caught up with Max Basaraba, founder/CEO of the...
Bookstep.com read textbooks online
Author: Roger Hollings
What good is buying a textbook, reading two or three chapters and taking a couple of notes before selling it off for a fraction of what it cost you? No matter which way you look at it, that does...