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In this blog post, we’ll review CalcChat, a “Free Easy Access Study Guide and Tutoring for Math Students.” Together with CalcView, it provides point-of-use tutorial help for math learners. Let’s look at what you can get from this free resource with ready solutions and tutoring.

Read more > “CalcChat: An Overview”

Writing is hard on its own; however, the necessity to create papers that your school will accept adds another challenge. Today, we’ll look at one of the tools that can help students improve their writing and stick to the required standard—Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL).

Read more > “The Perdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) Overview”

Many professors prefer using MyLab Math together with physical math textbooks because it’s convenient and gives more freedom and flexibility (especially in the remote learning environment). From basic math courses like calculus and statistics to math for business and STEM subjects, MyLab Math was designed to help educators and students make a learning process more effective, practice more, get feedback fast, and make grading easier. In this article, we’ll take a look at the system and its features and discuss the pros and cons of using it as primarily educational material. 

Read more > “MyLab Math (MyMathLab) Overview”

There are many courses that provide IT education and certification, and there is TestOut. In this article, we’ve decided to make a complete review of the education platform to understand why it is so popular, what its benefits are, and how one can use the platform and its potential to achieve career goals.

Read more > “TestOut Overview: Technology Courseware for Educators and Students”

Are you familiar with the situation when you spend hours searching for a notebook that matches your needs? We certainly are! Anyone can go crazy from the number of different notebooks—all those various colors, paper types, sizes… Lucky for our blog readers, BooksRun is going to add brand new notebooks in stock. It is important for us to know your preferences, so we made a list of the most popular notebook types—now you can choose your favorite! It’s totally up to you to decide what kind of notebook would be a perfect match for your needs.

Read more > “How to Choose the Perfect Notebook for Yourself”

The holiday season is snapping on our heels, and it brings long-waited family gatherings, crazy student parties, coffee-sipping and gossiping, and…  headaches. And no, not from Jingle Bell Rock or Mariah Carey’s voice (but this definitely contributes). These are presents that are giving us all pains—to think of, to choose, to order, to wrap, to buy at the very last moment?! If you haven’t kept a list of everyone’s wishes throughout the year, you might not come up with an idea at the last minute.

Read more > “12 Last-Minute Christmas Gifts for Students and Book Lovers”

It is the beginning of autumn! It’s the time for freshmen students to buy textbooks, learn about new dorm roommates, and simply get ready for college. Everyone facing this new experience does not really know what to expect. In order to make these years more memorable, you can engage in many activities which can expand your horizons and make your life more fun. You also should get ready to refute some of the myths about what it means to be a college student… And last but not least—how can one handle all that college homework and preserve your mental health? Let’s have a look at these tips prepared for you by BooksRun below!

Read more > “College Tips for Freshmen Students: on Your First Days on Campus, Homework, and Mental Health”

Once you are back in college, there is a wide choice of activities lying in front of you. Some students prefer to use their time for getting organised, and some perceive it as an opportunity to learn something new. Regardless of what you choose to do during early autumn days, BooksRun has selected a few interesting college tips that we consider to be useful for every student out there after summer vacation.

Read more > “Getting Back into College Mode after Summer Holidays”

If you’ve started looking for graduate jobs or you are struggling to land an interview with your current CV, our BooksRun‘s article might help you with some ideas on how to add value to your application in the eyes of employers. Below we will discuss the most important techniques for organizing your CV and Cover Letter and also the things that you should avoid. Here you can find examples of CV templates and examples for different career paths (you can find CV builders on the internet as well).

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