Years removed from my education, I often wonder how the Internet and its bevy of study tools would have affected my grades. Could it have been the difference between a C+ and a B-? I guess we’ll never know.
Launching this week is wePapers, a Web site that operates like an online study group. People from around the world can congregate to share class notes, discuss study guides and download term papers. The free online database offers three core reasons to register:- organize and manage your papers
- read and download class notes and articles
- connect with others, get help and feedback
By all accounts, the site operates similarly to DocStoc and Scribd, with the emphasis on embeddable content.
Papers can be located several ways; via search, tag cloud, category, or by college/university. The most popular, most commented, newest, and most liked are accessible from the left side nav.
Each has MLA-compliant citation/bibliography available a copy and paste away.
Languages range from English to Polski.
Have some old school papers laying around? Why not upload them. Do someone the favor that you prayed long and hard for when you were in school.
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