Getting online study help when you need it most is crucial to staying on top of your game at school. But how can you be sure you’re getting the right answers - you know, the ones your professors are looking for?
The following sites not only give you answers straight from your textbooks - they can verify that your answer is correct, scour thousands of books on a variety of subjects, and even let you ask an expert when you’re seriously stumped.
Think Chegg is just for textbook rentals? Think again! Since these guys acquired Cramster, they expanded to include online study help with over a million answers pulled from thousands of textbooks.
Chances are that someone else - probably a lot of someones - has had the same question as you. Chegg compiles the answers you need to g... more »Feb 8, 2013Comments (3) Share:
You can now sneak a peak inside the book with book previews through Google Book Search. You can also view and search the text without leaving Direct Textbook. This feature is not available for all books. If it is available you will see a Google Book Preview button under the book cover
* Textbooks are under-recycled according to a new study by the National Wildlife Federation. What does under-recycled mean? And just how big of a problem is this issue of under-recycling? more »Jan 31, 2013Comments (3) Share: