How do professors and education authors get their works to Internet-absorbed college students? BookEducator.com has started a new system to accomplish just that, and is looking for talented textbook writers to join in its success.
Online PR News – 03-February-2012 – – Logan, Utah, January 31, 2012 – BookEducator.com recently introduced its new interactive, digital textbook publishing, and is searching for writers to provide the content. Expert professors, textbook writers and education authors will find a new way of using technology to impart their knowledge to college students around the world.
The digital textbooks will be low to no cost for students; however, writers stand to receive substantial financial gains in the process. BookEducator.com accomplishes this by offering a unique learning management system to universities who use the books. This provides book revenues, which are split at a fair rate between BookEducator.com and the professors writing the courses.
Another stream of income for the education writers will be the advertising that will be included along with their textbooks. Each book will be accessed from its own website, with its own individual URL.
In the past, textbooks on the web have been set up in pdf files and other formats that were difficult to interact with and use. The BookEducator.com texts will be set up like standard websites that are used in mainstream Internet applications. They will be easy to navigate and easy to manage. The book format is designed to be viewed on any electronic device.
A spokesperson for the company said, “We are looking for textbooks at all levels, but we are particularly interested in introductory courses. In fact, we are interested in publishing textbooks for all university courses.”
Professors and textbook writers will get abundant help in producing their book for the Internet. BookEducator.com will actively help and support authors as they create the basic content, tests, animations and other features of the book. Professors can write on a simple word processor, because BookEducator.com takes care of all the formatting needed.
The company’s primary goal is summarized in its slogan: Publishing Free, Digital Textbooks for University Courses. In the process, BookEducator.com is making a dramatic difference in the way university students get information, work with professors and other students, and receive their evaluations. BookEducator.com is on the cutting edge of educational technology.
Professors, education authors and textbook writers are all encouraged to contact BookEducator.com. Company representatives will discuss the advantages and possibility of publishing these experts’ books with the new online system. Writers can find out the details with no obligation whatsoever. The final decision will always be up to the writer.
Education technology has come a long way over the years. There are no signs that it will stop progressing toward a more convenient, more efficient and more effective method of attaining knowledge. Right now, BookEducator.com is at the forefront of the movement to bring more advanced technology to today’s students. There is no doubt that the company will continue to change with the times. In the meantime, education authors have a unique opportunity to share their knowledge with the world.
BookEducator.com was created in the summer of 2011, and has its offices in the Wasatch Mountains of Logan, Utah. Two university professors started the company with the forethought to see the potential in pairing the expertise of professors with the advantages of cutting edge technology. The two developed a company model based on free, digital books and fair compensation to authors.
The textbooks from Bookeducator.com are available even to remote areas around the world. Whether looking for more information on using the books or wanting to find out about how to publish a book with BookEducator.com, contact BookEductor.com for complete information on the program.
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