Cengage, the largest US-based provider of teaching and learning materials for higher education, and VitalSource, the leading Inclusive Access provider for higher education institutions nationwide, are extending their partnership to support the launch of Cengage Unlimited.
Cengage Unlimited, beginning in August 2018, is a subscription service for digital higher education materials that gives students complete access to all Cengage digital resources for $119.99 per semester or $179.99 a year.
Cengage Unlimited can be accessed through VitalSource E-commerce solutions and onsite campus stores, as well as through Cengage.com and other channel partners.
The new service will be available for teachers and students at more than 7,000 institutions.
We want you to be Unstoppable, so we’re going UNLIMITED. Get ready for all-you-can-learn access, coming Fall 2018.
— Cengage Learning (@CengageLearning) May 21, 2018
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