Macmillan Higher Educations makes books to use wherever and whenever you want – in print and online. Macmillan e-Learning Solutions are based on self-assessment, personalized study paths, customized teaching resources, and powerful reporting. Each of our solutions is developed to match the needs of a discipline or textbook to provide a seamless learning and assessment experience. Our goal is to enrich your classroom, save you valuable time, and improve your students' learning, understanding, and grades.
Students can also find digital replica (pdf-style) eBooks when they shop in stores or online at our publishing partners sites. To learn how our e-book choices stack up feature by feature, check out our handy e-book comparison chart.
Learn more about each e-book format below or compare each e-book type here.
Do more and pay less with a Macmillan e-Book—roughly half the cost of the print book and available wherever and whenever you're online. With a robust search engine, navigation tools, easy ways to take and share notes, and interactive exercises, Macmillan e-Books support focused reading and studying. And with fast ways to rearrange chapters and add new pages, sections, or links, Macmillan e-Books let teachers build just the right book for their course.
We've partnered with CourseSmart to make many of our books available as a CourseSmart e-books. Providing anytime, anywhere access to their textbooks, CourseSmart give students the option to read their books online, offline, and on many of today's popular devices include the iPad, iPod Touch, and iPhone, Android Devices and Kindle Fire. For more information visit their Web site at http://www.coursesmart.com.
Barnes & Noble NOOK Study offers many Macmillan titles through NOOKStudy, an e-textbook application for PC & Mac computers. For more information visit their Web site at http://www.barnesandnoble.com/nookstudy.
CafeScribe is Follett's digital textbook offering that provides students with the ability to read, highlight, take notes, share notes, and search and sort content. The CafeScribe platform offers Snap Summary, a one-click way to summarize all notes and highlights, creating a custom study guide in seconds. CafeScribe is intuitive, easy to use and offers a great reading and studying experience allowing students and faculty anywhere, anytime access to their course materials. For more information visit their Web site at http://www.cafescribe.com.
Chegg, the social education platform, is transforming the way millions of students learn by connecting them to the people and tools needed to succeed in college. Chegg offers an eTextbook option with tens of thousands of titles available online—software free. Students can highlight, copy, take notes and print as well as preview available eTextbooks while they wait for their physical book to arrive through the 'Read While You Wait' program. For more information visit their Web site at http://www.chegg.com.
Kno is an education software company providing digital texts with features to make learning engaging, efficient, and social for students. KNO e-books allow students to take notes, highlight, Journal, Quiz Me, and more. For more information, visit their Website at http:///www.kno.com.