The Bookbyte Blog
This holiday season, Bookbyte has partnered with the Center for Hope and Safety in Salem, Oregon to help improve the lives of women and children who have been victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Several states in the US have begun to offer free or heavily discounted Community College, though four-year universities still charge tens of thousands of dollars per semester. If, oh glorious thought, a four-year degree were to be offered free of charge, what would it do to textbook costs?
As you may have heard, the Oxford English Dictionary made this emoji the word of the year.
Life on the internet for a student who should be studying is hard. Luckily, there is a whole slew of programs, apps, and websites designed to make paper writing and studying bearable. Here are the Bookbyte team's five favorite websites to make you more productive.
You can't control how your boxes are handled while in transit, but you can control how you protect your books to minimize the chance of damage. Save yourself the heartache of a damaged delivery with these five tips for shipping your books safely.
Your first panicked instinct might be to run to your campus bookstore and pay an extraordinarily high price for the book. If you're strapped for cash or the bookstore doesn't have a copy available, it's time to panic. Or at least it would be if you didn't have access to this list of 5 ways to deal with a missing textbook.
According to OnCampus research, the average student sells back three books at the end of each semester. Most students sell back to one of three places: their campus bookstore, Amazon, or an online textbook marketplace like Bookbyte. The average student makes about 33 bucks back per book, according to the 2015 research.
Never fear—creative, frustrated, and hungry humans just like yourself have found some pretty ingenious ways to make the hot-water-dried-noodle combo palatable again. Read on for 10 insanely cool ways to make instant ramen even more delicious. And remember: there's no wrong way to eat ramen!
It's that time of year again—time to hang up your swimsuits and hiking boots and pack away the suitcases and video games and head back to class. Besides a Dictionary app and Google Drive, here are five must-have apps you can download to prepare yourself for A+s all semester long.