For the longest time Google's only option for gifting ebooks or other digital content was a gift card for the Play Store(*), but this week they started to fix that. Google has updated the play Store with a new gifting option. You can now buy and give away ebooks in Google Play Books. According yo yhr help page, the feature has been added to both the app and the website. I am still searching for how to gift an ebook from the site, but here's what you might see in the app: According to Android Police, the gifting option is almost as well hidden in the app as it is in the website. They found that for some books the gifting option can be found in the same dropdown menu as the buy and read sample option. Once you've selected the ebook to give and bought it, you'll be prompted to enter the recipient's email address. According to what the help page said last week, gift cards and Google Music subscriptions were the only gifting options in the Play Store. Now Google has added ebooks, and it probably won't be long before Google also makes this gifting feature available for movies, apps, games, and [...]
The textbook publisher McGraw-Hill announced this week that it had "asked almost 3K students to reveal their study habits and the role technology plays in learning" and compiled the results into a report. According to the website, the highlights of the report include: 84% of students report that the use of technology improves their education 81% report that digital learning technology helps save them time and be more efficient 81% claim that digital learning technology is helping them boost their grades 89% beleive that digital learning tech should respond and adapt to my unique way of learning I would like to write more about the report, but unfortunately McGraw-Hill's won't let me download the report. The site requires personal info in exchange for the report, but once I click the button it freezes. The process has failed twice now, and rather than continue to wait for the site I have decided to see if anyone has a copy they can send me. If you get a copy, please do me a favor and email it to me. Thanks! Check These Out!
The textbook publisher McGraw-Hill announced this week that it had "asked almost 3K students to reveal their study habits and the role technology plays in learning" and compiled the results into a report.
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