CourseSmart Provides Full Access to Library of eTextbooks and Digital Course Materials

College students and faculty will be please to learn that CourseSmart launched their Android application this week, bringing a massive library of eTextbooks and materials with it. The free application runs on Android devices with 1.5 or higher and provides users with complete access to their digital resources. Features include the ability to scan for text, images, tables, graphs & charts, note-taking and editing, keyword search, and more. CourseSmart bills themselves as the ‘world’s largest digital course materials supplier’ and offers more than 90% of the core college and higher education textbooks in discounted, digital format.

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  1. VirtualAgents
    April 21, 01:52 Reply

    Man, these kids of today are ever so lucky, and they hardly have to put any effort in researching anything, it’s just a simple search and download now. I fear the day that libraries will be completely extinct.

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