According to the post at No Shelf Required, every first year student at Western Sydney University now has free access to etextbooks for their classes. The etextbooks are made available to the students through ProQuest. The etestbooks can be used anywhere, so students can download them to their tablets or smartphones. The program was instituted to help control the costs of attending the University. The post includes information from the Western Sydney University website and information supplied by ProQuest.
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Panzer says, "MeWoW! Free etextbooks? I wonder ... Would they accept an American kitty as a student?"
Note: This is a medium length post. Bring a cup of tea and a muffin for today's reading selection.
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