How does renting ebooks from the library work.
I have the kindle, and I found out libraries let you rent out ebooks. How does that work, do you download them, then they take the file away? and how does it go to the ebook?
It’s my understanding that this is still under development.How will it work? You download the book and it’s coded to expire in 14 days. After that, you still have the file, it just won’t open after that date.
How does renting a cabin on tripadvisor.com work.
So me and my friends are looking to rent a cabin in tahoe for 3 days and we found one we liked and contacted the owner and said that it would be 500 dollars and that he would need a a name address, and a credit card in order to book the cabin. Is that normal? How is business usually condoned on this site?
I’m surprised anyone would agree to rent a cabin to what sounds like someone under 25 and for such a short period of time. I’d be very leery.Not sure what you mean by “condoned” – maybe you mean “conducted”? You go to HomeAway.com or VRBO.com, find a place you’re interested in and click on the link to the owner and make your arrangements. You would definitely need to make a deposit and then, most likely, pay for the entire stay in advance. I wouldn’t do it without buying trip insurance, however. [Did that once and unfortunately had a medical problem. Fortunately we were able to change the dates, but had paid for “high” season and ended up staying there in “low” season. No recourse, since we didn’t have the insurance for that ONE trip – wouldn’t you know?]We’ve rented places thru HomeAway.com and had absolutely no problems. You have to do quite a bit of research, of course.
How do typical paped-based library systems work.
Could you tell me how they work, please?Are the books recorded manually? What happens when a member rents out a book? How does the library know how long a book has left before it needs to be returned?Right now, I don’t know what else I need to ask.All help is greatly appreciated.Thank you.
Books are recorded on small cards, in a library catalogue. The wiki article gives a pretty good explanation.Briefly, fiction books would have one card for author, another for title, and possibly an extra card if it’s part of a series.Non-fiction books would also have title and author cards, but would also have one or more cards for subject.They are often classified by the Dewey Decimal systemEach book has a paper pocket in the front, with a card with its title and author; it also has a “stamp page”. Each member of the library has a similar pocket, with their name, address and phone number. When a member borrows books, the cards are moved from the books into the member’s pocket, and the due date is stamped on the page in the book. The member’s pocket is placed in a tray labelled with the date due.When books are returned, a member of library staff returns the cards to the books.
how does the textbook online renting process work.
like how do i return it? thanks 🙂
It differs for different site. Like the following site, it lets you print a shipping label, just stick it on your package and you can return it free of charge. See FAQ on renting textbooks below for more details:http://www.amazon.com/mn/landing/5657188…Other than renting, you may consider to get used textbooks. It may not be expensive compared to renting textbooks, because if you get used textbooks, you’ll still be able to resell it after you finished with it. If you own the textbook yourself, you’ll also find it more free to mark anything on the book, and you can still resell it even with some marks on it (mark with pencil if you can).Go for big and reputable site to be safe, like the one below. There’re many offers of used books on big site as well, get it early before anyone else when you see good offers. Many new textbooks can be found under discount, so sometimes it may not be a huge difference.http://www.amazon.com/New-Used-Textbooks…Try to get your textbooks altogether at one place, to save some shipping cost.Hope this helps.
How is renting textbooks.
I’m looking to save some money on my text books. Does renting work out?
Yes renting your books are very good. It helps you save money on your text books. It cost more money to buy a new or used book than to rent a book. There are websites you can use to rent your books. Response to previous answer: YES they do that a lot of college students do that. Good luck and I hope this helped
How does renting a limo work.
My friends and I are looking to get a limo for our senior prom. we have never rented one before and are a little unsure what to do. we are trying to keep price as low as possible. do we have to pay for the time that we are at the dance? if so…to keep cost lower could we get a limo for the way up and a limo for…
You pay for the time that you have it, so definitely schedule the ride to and the ride from as two separate trips. If you schedule it as one long trip, you pay for what’s called “standby time”, which means you are paying for the driver’s time, and that can add up to a lot. Check out www.limo.com . You search for limos in your local area, and the results are arranged by price and features, i.e. some companies will be a higher priced quote, but have added features. If you book on the site, the limo company is GUARANTEED by limo.com to make the booking. And make sure you look to see if gratuity is included in the quote, or you will want to factor that into the price on your own as well. Good luck!
has anyone ever rented a book from amazon how does it work.
i am trying to buy book for school but the price is much cheaper if i rent them from amazon, i just wanna make sure it wont be problematic .
I haven’t tried it yet, but probably will in the future. You pay one price for the book and can keep it as long as you want. If you rent another one, the first one is deactivated and can’t be read any more.
Has anyone rented their text books. How did it work out. Would you do it again.
That is what I plan on doing. The books at my college are ridiculous. Last year I bought a math book for $279.00. I did not write in it or anything. I take very good care of my books. I was first in line to sell it back, and because I used the mymathlab (who isn’t going to) I got a whopping $21.00. It was a brand new text book, meaning it was never used, and that was the first semester they used that book. Schools at least mine are not giving back as much as “advertised”. I look at it as if borrowing a library book, or buying used books. I haven’t actually done it yet, but am looking into doing it this semester. I overheard about it from someone in my class who was telling someone else about it.
How does renting textbooks work….
So i have Amazon Student and i get free shipping on everything including textbooks, the book i need is only $18 to rent compared to $60 to buy it.But the thing is ive never rented from amazon or any other book stores before so idk how it works. When im ready to return it how do i return it back? Do i need to go…
wrong section for starters 1. make sure it isn’t a digital copy; most are typically digital which basically allow you do download the content for X amount of days and then it goes away.2. assuming it’s a physical book it’s probably some beat up used book that you get sent and then need to send back to a address. they will probably mail it to you with packaging info and address to return. yes you need to return it via postal service if it a physical book. usually things like these comes with prepaid stickers.PS- order books way ahead as they sometimes state they come in at X day but show up maybe 5 days later.