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 doesn't make that much sense. We need services that turn that waste of time and money into a thing of the past. We need services like Bookstep.
Bookstep makes it easy for students like you to access the textbooks you're meant to read and take your notes, without having to pay money you simply don't have. How? Easy. This new service lets you read them online, by paying a fraction of what they would cost you otherwise. Bookstep is a cloud service for textbooks and related course materials. If you use it, you'll have access to the newest titles right on your web browser.
And the site goes one step beyond, as it lets you sell your own class notes to other students. The obvious implication of this is that you can also buy theirs. So, if you don't have the time to sit through a full textbook and digest it, you'll still be able to get the knowledge you're after in less than half the time.