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With Day 1 Access > With Day 1 Access
Pathway to Academic Success
with VitalSource Access
DAY 1 ACCESS TO DIGITAL COURSE MATERIALS
With Day 1
Access >
DAY 1
INCLUSIVE ACCESS
WEEK 2
ADD/DROP DAY
Engaging, interactive digital course
materials available the 1st day of class!
Students choose to use and purchase
heavily discounted digital course materials
WEEK 3
MID-TERM
Students continue to access
all the materials they need to
succeed—both online and offline
Students achieve academic
success thanks to hard work and
VitalSource Access
87%
of students feel
they’d get better
grades with
interactive
textbooks
77%
of students are
interested in paying
for course materials
as part of their
tuition cost
Without Day 1
Access >
DAY 1
TRADITIONAL TEXTBOOK MODEL
WEEK 2
ADD/DROP DAY
Student has not acquired all
course materials by the 1st day of class
Student continues frantic hunt
for affordable course materials
Nearly
$
$$
WEEK 3
Student forgoes
buying course materials
all together
With no access to course
materials, student can’t study
and quickly falls behind
VitalSource is powering access and affordability of course materials with its new solution,
VitalSource Access. With VitalSource you are able to provide your students with day-one access
to their course materials, and we facilitate a system for opt-out during the add/drop period.
VitalSource Access = Academic Success!
9 in 10
students feel that digital
textbooks are not
worth the money
if they can’t be
viewed offline
OR
VitalSource Access
Learn more at https://www.vitalsource.com/vsaccess
MID-TERM
Delay in purchasing class
materials leads to missed
assignments and lower grades
MID-TERM
Academic struggles
are inevitable
45%
of students admit
avoiding or delaying the
purchase negatively
impacted their
grades
““
The thing that was really neat in comparing
thing that was really
in comparing
the
the The
students…was
that, neat
at the
end of the
students…was
that, atof
thethe
endVitalSource
of the semester,
semester,
63 percent
63 percent of the VitalSource Access students
Access students completed the class, while
completed the class. While only 29 percent
onlywithout
29 percent
of the students who didn’t
day one access completed the class.
have their books on the first day completed.
“
“
89%
of students who
have delayed buying
textbooks say
cost was a major
factor
WEEK 3
Student spends too much time
and money acquiring outdated,
heavy or online-only materials
—Joyce Brasfield-Adams, Instructor
—Joyce Brasfield-Adams, Instructor
Hinds (MS) Community College
Hinds (MS) Community College

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