Students from the University of Liverpool can download a free eBook each week between now and the end of term. The scheme is being run by Blackwell’s, the academic bookseller, to coincide with Academic Book Week 2017.
The first free eBook title you can download is Michael Tefula’s How To Get A First – an original perspective on gaining an outstanding degree from a recent first-class graduate. The book combines personal experience, scientific research and motivational anecdotes from students to create a comprehensive guide to academic success, with strategies to immediately boost grades and improve confidence.
You can download your free eBook regardless of whether you are buying an item in a Blackwell’s shop or not. To access the offer, visit the on-campus Blackwell’s shop and speak to a member of staff about the deal. You will then be given an access code, which you can use to download the book for a week.
Sarah Yates, the Shop Manager at Blackwell’s University Bookshop (Liverpool) said: “This is an exciting new promotion for us. As a major focus, we’ve been working hard to move in line with our student’s expectations for a better offer and range of products available via our Campus shops. We understand that Digital eBook options are a great way to have students interact with their books and we’re thrilled to be bringing in this new promotion, which is just one of our new eBook offers, in time for second semester.”
The free eBook will be available for students to download on Blackwell’s Learning Platform, a free-to-access digital reading platform.
Academic Book Week is a celebration of the diversity, innovation and influence of academic books and takes place between 23 January and 28 January.