Visit Questia today and you may notice a difference — a BIG difference. Not only does the homepage have a new look and feel, but the entire site and its contents have been upgraded for an improved research experience. For years, students and researchers have depended on Questia to provide high-quality sources coupled with time-saving organization tools; and now, Questia is even better! Read more
With millions of college students returning to campus to begin another semester, we at Questia surveyed 1,000 students and instructors on everything from research and study habits to relationship building with faculty. We knew that professors were substantial influencers in students’ lives, but these results may surprise you! Read more
When course assignments and deadlines take over, you’re going to need all the help you can muster to stay on top of things. Luckily, the new and improved service in town, Questia, is geared to help you complete your research projects and term papers in record time. Revamped and supercharged with tools and resources, Questia will not only help you to learn how to research, it will become your secret weapon in finding research topics for your projects. Read more
The first ever Most Valuable Professor competition by Questia resulted in dozens of nominations and over a thousand votes! The professor who ultimately took home the title of MVP was Spanish professor at Berry College, Julia Corine Barnes, and her students were ecstatic over the victory. Not only does Berry College have the world’s largest campus to tout, but now they also have America’s Most Valuable Professor teaching at their school!
Marlon Blugh, a junior at Berry College, nominated Barnes for the honor of MVP for many reasons. “Prof. Barnes is simply a fair and reasonable individual. I nominated her because she has helped me in ways other professors have not. She truly listens and works with you.” Read the nomination Blugh submitted in our MVP announcement. Read more
Drum roll, please! The winner of the first ever Most Valuable Professor Competition by Questia is Julia Corine Barnes from Berry College! Questia’s MVP Competition allowed college students to recognize the professors who have had the biggest impact on their education. Student submissions were narrowed down to a group of finalists before a winner was voted on by the public through Questia’s Facebook page. Read more
Thousands of downloads and positive reviews don’t lie. You’ve told us how much you like the Questia Library app for the iPhone and iPod touch, and you’ve been urging us to make it available on the iPad to make for even easier reading and accessibility of Questia’s online library. Well, good news has arrived for Apple users. By popular demand, the same Questia Library app you know and love on the iPhone is now available on the iPad and can be downloaded for free from the iTunes store! Read more
Go Back to School with Questia This Semester
Did you get a chance to take a look at some of our 5,000 free books available on Questia?
In addition to our free book section, Questia has over 70,000 other books that are easily accessible online, and our collection is always growing!
Questia’s OnQ newsletter releases a special set of fresh content that pertains to an interesting theme. This month’s theme is back-to-school and is sure to help you on your way to being a better student this semester. Read more
Questia is the perfect research tool for students, professors, and curious minds everywhere. You probably know that Questia offers subscribers full access to the world’s largest online library of books and journal articles as well as magazine and newspaper articles, but did you know that even non-subscribers can read books online free? Read more