Students Save More than $100 Million On Textbooks

28 Jul

CourseSmart, the planet’s biggest supplier of eTextbooks and digital course materials, today reported that it has saved scholars more than $100M on eTextbooks and digital course materials since it was set up in 2007.  CourseSmart has the most complete library of further education content available, offering over ninety percent of the core textbooks in usage today, or thirty thousand titles from over thirty three publishers, for an assured, up-front savings of nearly 60 percent less than the price of a new print textbook.  “CourseSmart was set up on the principal of expanding access to further education by offering scholars heavy savings on their mandatory course materials, and as the price of passing a degree keeps on rising, it’s crucial that scholars have digital options.

We couldn’t be more happy with reaching this serious marker of saving scholars more than $100 million dollars,” claimed Sean Devine,  Chief Executive Officer  of CourseSmart.

“CourseSmart’s savings go past the textbook recommended price, because scholars can access their digital course materials while not having to buy a dedicated device or categorical eReader.”  Scholars  who use CourseSmart eTextbooks and digital course materials find more convenience and warranted up front savings in comparison to the popular  method of reselling textbooks back to student bookstores.

“Textbooks and materials needed for my courses can be an overpowering cost each semester.  Since I discovered CourseSmart, I have saved well over 1,000 dollars,” recounted Sara Redman, a student at Colorado State  College .  “I also enjoy having the ability to access my textbooks on a busy schedule on my iPad and study anywhere, whether or not it is on the train or at my desk. I could not ask for a better textbook experience. “.

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