Questia to Give Away 1,000 Complimentary Accounts to Celebrate Site Relaunch 

In mere weeks, students will pack campuses once again as the fall 2012 semester begins. Questia officially unveiled their new website this month, featuring numerous expanded and improved features to help students write and cite better research papers, faster, during the upcoming academic year and beyond. To celebrate its site launch through the month of August, Questia is giving away 1,000 week-long free access codes to the first thousand people to “Like” them on Facebook. 

The new and improved Questia, the premier online library and research tool for students, features an expanded library (increased by over 33 percent), improved navigation for better, faster research, dictionary and thesaurus tools, and an interactive reader that will make the research experience easier for students. Questia members will also soon have access to new research tutorials, including videos and guides on how to write professor-approved papers. Students are able to utilize Questia to eliminate two of professors’ biggest complaints when it comes to papers: poor sources and incorrect citations.

About Cengage Learning and Questia

Cengage Learning is a leading provider of innovative teaching, learning and research solutions for the academic, professional and library markets worldwide. Questia, part of Cengage Learning, is the Web’s premier online collection of copyrighted non-fiction books,  literature, academic journals and research periodicals for students and includes research tutorials, and integrated tools for note taking, organizing research, citing sources, creating footnotes and building bibliographies to help students write better research papers faster. For more information, visit www.cengage.com or www.questia.com.