SALT LAKE CITY, UT (PRWEB) March 16, 2007
CaféScribe, an e-Textbook marketplace and social network for students, today announced a new content distribution and collaborative platform that provides students with the tools and interactive environment to help everyone study smarter and faster. The combination of established partnerships with major publishers and an advanced technology platform provides the Scribe community with the necessary tools to enhance and ease the learning experience.
"The convergence of technology and education is transforming the way students learn," said Maura O'Neil, co-founder and chairman of CaféScribe. "We are setting a new industry standard for providing a social student network that focuses on why they go to school--to learn more and meet fun people along the way. We help users study better and faster and provide a unique way for people to connect with others who are in the same situation. We help take the drudgery out of studying. It will make a difference in the lives of students, educators and parents everywhere."
At CaféScribe, students can easily download content to their MyScribe spot and share notes with others in the Scribe community on their e-Textbooks and Adobe PDF files. By setting up a personalized space, students are able to connect and share with other smart Scribes throughout the world to enhance their learning process.
"With CaféScribe I can import all my PDFs and share my notes with other students. It's a huge timesaver for me," said Ben Evans, University of Utah, Information Systems Management major.
Key features of MyScribe include:
- Import and share notes on any PDF file.
- Highlight and automatically create summaries to review at a later time - making studying for exams much easier.
- Simultaneously search across a book, bookshelf, computer, Google, and Wikipedia to find answers to questions.
"We are thrilled to be at the helm of changing the way students learn - forever," said Bryce Johnson, co-founder and CEO of CaféScribe. "The tools CaféScribe has developed will be a 'must-have' versus a 'nice-to-have' for students everywhere."
CaféScribe is an e-Textbook marketplace and social network for students to study smarter and faster. The Scribe community can quickly and easily download content and share notes on their e-Textbooks, PDFs or other files, making their study time faster and more effective.
CaféScribe is based in Salt Lake City, Utah where you can find the world's best snowboarding and skiing. The company was co-founded in 2004 by Bryce Johnson, Rob Christiansen, and Chairman Maura O'Neill. For more information, go to http://www.cafescribe.com.
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