According to the most recent survey data from the College Board, the average full-time, on-campus undergraduate at a four-year school is estimated to have spent $1,240 on books and supplies during the 2019-2020 academic year. This year, the price of books may be even higher.
At just $75 for a six-month license, Energy 101 is the cost-effective alternative to a traditional textbook. You also get energy calculators, interactive charts, and self-quizzes—features no printed book can offer. In addition, when your institution purchases a site license to Energy 101, the cost per seat goes down by as much as 40%!
When you use Energy 101 in your classroom, you get a full suite of group management tools to monitor your students’ progress through the course.
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