Flipping through flashcards? Lame.
On Thursday, textbook company Cengage announced a new partnership with Quizlet, the free online study tool that allows students to create quizzes and test themselves on their course materials.
Subscribers to Cengage Unlimited, which costs $119.99 a semester or $179.99 a year, will now have free premium access to Quizlet. This will let students use the tool without any advertisements or limits to the features they can use on the site.
Cengage Unlimited gives students access to over 22,000 course materials and other study tools, in addition to Quizlet Plus.
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