Learner Library provides an endless supply of textbooks for $8.95/monthly

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Melbourne software development company Hyveminds today released their textbook subscription catalogue Learner Library for university and K - 12 students at learnerlibrary.com.

Learner Library

For just $8.95 per month students will have access to a diverse catalogue containing thousands of textbooks from publishers throughout the world in an easy-to-use format.

Students in subjects as wide ranging as engineering, literature, medicine, international studies and personal development will be astounded by the utility and affordability of this daring learning platform that will revolutionise study in the 21st century.

Learner Library represents an amazing supplement to prescribed texts for a price that any student could afford.

As few as eight textbooks could previously set an otherwise out-of-cash student back $1200 per year.

“We want to see high quality textbooks made available to every child, student and learner,” said Hyveminds director Michael D’Rosario.

“Increasing the affordability and the accessibility of textbooks has long been a passion of ours and we believe this platform addresses both issues in a practical and inventive way.”

“We have tried to create a user experience that is simple and intuitive. It offers the best of the print tradition in a digital environment while offering enhancements not available within a traditional print environment,” said Hyveminds director Aaron Busary.

Hyveminds was founded in 2012 by directors Michael D’Rosario and Aaron Busary. They have since brought together an interdisciplinary team with backgrounds in software development, academia, communications and the not-for-profit sector.

Michael and Aaron shared a common desire to develop educational solutions for people from all walks of life and saw current developments in technology as a means to making these solutions more widely available and easily accessible.

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Aaron Busary
+61 420 946 267

Michael D’Rosario
+61 402 034 390

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