It’s that time of year again, when college students scramble for textbooks, in the hopes they’ll have money left over for food and fun during the school year.
No longer does the campus bookstore have the monopoly on book sales. Students now have the option to buy their books elsewhere, often choosing to purchase used books online, or even rent textbooks from various sites. Some schools are even incorporating e-textbooks into their coursework.
The key is to find the right edition of a textbook at the right price, and that can take some research.
Going to college can cost a lot money and lead to a significant debt. How best to make use of your time college? The Successful College Student Pyramid infographic (courtesy of OnlineColleges) helps you to organize your time effectively.
Also, find out how online learning is different to classroom learning, and how you can learn more effectively.
College students today are more tech savvy than ever before. Just how important is technology to their academic lives?
More than 90% use email to communicate with professors and 73% say they cannot study without technology. Seven in 10 take notes on keyboards instead of paper, virtually all students who own an ereader and most use digital tools when preparing a presentation.
This infographic breaks it down.
College or online? Which should you choose to get your college education - on campus study or online learning? Which is more effective? This page helps you to choose the best option for you - not by telling you WHAT to choose, but by providing information so that you can make an informed choice.
from Online and Distance Learning http://bit.ly/Ij5QB3