Rafter Discover for Faculty to Evaluate Textbook Selections

Audrey Watters reports at at Inside Higher Ed that textbook rental company BookRenter has spinned off some services it offered to form a new company called Rafter.  Part of the new services is a tool for faculty called Rafter Discovery. Rafter Discovery enables faculty “to compare prices and content in textbooks, publication dates, examine lifecycle dates, read reviews by other educators, and tap into historic Bookrenter data to see textbook adoption patterns. The site is free and open to any educator.”

Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/hack-higher-education/can-bookrenter-leverage-its-campus-bookstore-technology-challenge#ixzz1nnZoPBIC
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