Nine_Cats87 karma2014-03-28 02:22:59 UTC
What you're not seeming to factor in is that the reason those students buy the book is because they need the code that comes with it to access the course website. I've got three $150 textbooks that are still in their packaging because I needed the codes that came with them.
Main culprits are Wiley, and Cengage, but these are becoming more and more common.
I'm going to go ahead and say that this is significantly more applicable to lower level students, as these software programs have been updated every year and haven't been around very long. If you've finished your undergrad and never needed one... You're old! You luckily missed out.
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Nine_Cats54 karma2013-09-19 19:04:59 UTC
In The Holiday you also played a not-your-typical-JB role, and did fantastic.
Nine_Cats37 karma2014-03-28 04:01:12 UTC
Not really true.
Wileyplus is $112, and the OWL code is $90.
Regardless, the proposed rental scheme seems like it's taking advantage of the people who suck with their finances.
"Rich people can afford to spend less money," etc etc.
Nine_Cats27 karma2013-09-15 01:08:52 UTC
I'm 17 and in third year of physics at a University. Sup.
Nine_Cats18 karma2014-03-19 22:21:57 UTC
"Friggity frack!" please
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