08-03-2010 06:48 PM
So, on the download screen for Nookstudy, it isaid I'd be able to get a 7-day free trial on my etextbooks. This would be especialy helpful considering that I, as well as most students, won't have book money until later this month due to Financial Aid, and I'd still like to check out what Nookstudy can do. How do I get this?
08-03-2010 07:55 PM
You can download NOOKstudy and play around with it without downloading textbooks. If you want a free trial of a random textbook just to see what it's like, just find an etextbook and there should be a link for a 7 day trial. Same with the textbooks you need...if they're available, there should be a link.
08-07-2010 08:27 PM
The way I've been finding my etextbooks is to search for the textbook for your class using the search function in BN's textbook area of the website. after you find the textbook, there will be listed a couple of different versions of the text like: NEW, USED, RENTAL, and eTEXTBOOK.
If you see eTEXTBOOK, then an ebook version is available. After you click on the textbook to open its page, you shouldbe able to find the etextbook version. Next to "buy now" or "rent now" button, there will be a link that says "Free 7 day Trial. Get it now!". Click on that link to get the trial version.
08-27-2010 08:32 PM
I have done this but when i download the book I get a error message saying try again later "Download via authentication: error 2 code 2095
06-23-2011 11:44 AM
There is no need to cancel the 7-day Free Trial. Once the 7 Day Free Trial is up you will be asked if you want to purchase/rent that book. If you choose you do not want to purchase/rent, nothing will happen you will just not be able to view your Free Trial anymore.
I hope this answered your question.