Here at BooksRun we make sure that books become reusable since it helps save money for our students and reduce deforestation on our planet with the help of our loyalty program. We would like to show you how we make reading affordable to everyone by carefully monitoring the prices of our competitors and setting some of the lowest prices on the market.Continue reading “Top 10 Selling Back Books”
Whether you’re the kind of person who ponders on the possible setbacks of our fast-growing advancement in technology or you’re the kind who welcomes with open arms any means of making life easier with technology, the rate at which new electronic devices and machines are being produced and improved doesn’t seem likely to come to an end. And more often than not, each new advancement comes with a handful of positive aspects, as well as negative, and eBook is a perfect example. Even though the habit of reading remains the same, it’s the method that has evolved with time. E-Books (or electronic books) are beginning to change the way information is created, distributed, and viewed. In eBook stores, you can find pretty much everything that is typically found in print formats including numbered pages, tables of contents, pictures, and layout just like any in a print book. Given the circumstances, eBooks are very practical: they’re light, space-saving, and easy to access.Continue reading “The Pros and Cons of E-Books”
Studying without technology and gadgets is practically impossible nowadays, and it’s only logical that students tend to use their electronic devices with or without any cause. In general, studies show that young adults spend on screens more than seven hours every day, and this fact can’t help but affect their health and well-being – mostly negatively.
Technically, you can’t possibly stop using gadgets at all, as our whole lifestyle depends on it. However, you can learn how to manage your time more effectively and reduce negative influence of screens on our eyesight and stress levels.Continue reading “What Are the Benefits of Unplugging? How Technology Influences Students”