14 Matching Annotations
  1. Mar 2017
    1. Unlike existing bookstores, the Publisher receives full aggregated information about the instructor who assigned the publication, the students who purchased a copy, what students liked the about the book, which parts they spent the most time on, and which points the author made they found confusing (all of course as allowed by university policies and governing law). This information may be useful to sales reps in apportioning credit, to your marketing department to tune advertising, and to editors and authors to improve subsequent editions and to choose new titles.


    2. Sales reps greatly increase their income by selling the same book through Perusall.

      Basically marketing added functionality.

    3. PDF

      Not EPUB?

    4. Perusall automatically suggests grades for these annotations to the instructor, detects when students do not engage portions of the material, and gives students well-timed nudges that get them back on track -- all without extra effort on the part of the instructor.

      Neat and scary.

    5. prepared

      Focusing on preparation probably is a good sell for profs, but kind of patronizing to students.

    6. Persuall generates more revenue and less cost for publishers without increasing the price to students (and without charging instructors).

      Publishers pay Peruseall.

    7. no cost to the students to use Perusall with a textbook, beyond the cost of the book itself.

      So what's the business model? A cut from the publisher for advertising/distribution basically?

    8. you can still upload your own documents and assign readings both from the book and from your own documents

      In Peruseall?

    9. catalog of available titles.

      Limited catalog.

    10. we'll work with the publisher

      Needs to be worked out with publishers.

    1. The team

      No engineers (listed).

    2. Order and assign textbooks

      So they are actually selling books packaged with annotation or "order" as in organize?

    3. Turn solitary reading assignments into engaging collective activities

      hashtag social reading

  2. Sep 2016