Make $5 to $50 Selling Your Class Notes.
Also make an 80% profit of every class note sale, flashcard, handouts and more. Make some money for work you already do!
Share Knowledge. Get Paid.
Not only can you make money, but you’re helping students in need of additional study materials. LiberWave provides a safe atmosphere where college students can connect for notes and used books.
You can sell:
- Lecture Notes
- Study Guides
- Test Reviews
- How do I purchase and receive the study materials?
After you’ve created a profile, simply search the notes you need for that class and LiberWave will use the GPS on your phone to find sellers nearby who have the items you need. When you want to purchase the notes, the seller will be informed and will have 24 hours to reply back to you. After that, you and the seller will communicate through a built in messenger, simply set a time both buyer and seller are free and meet-up at the meet-up spot location for the transaction to be completed and for you to receive your notes. Don’t worry, all money exchange is done electronically out of your convenience and safety via Stripe. The same backend used from companies like Uber and Airbnb.
- Do others really want my notes?
Yes, they do! Some students aren’t the best listeners so it’s a challenge for them to listen in on a lecture and take notes. Others have poor organization skills so they can’t keep track of their notes. No matter the reason, almost every student finds notes helpful! You can now make the most of your old notes by selling them on Liberwave and putting more money in your pockets!
- Is this legal?
LiberWave allows students to sell original, high-quality study materials to earn extra money during college. Not only because the extra money helps you focus more on your education – but because it is legal and helps other students learn better.
What LiberWave does not allow is for students to make copies of professor’s works or sell the work of other students notes, pages of textbooks, flashcards and more. Not only is this illegal but it does not benefit other students. This is no different than buying or receiving a DVD and selling it at a garage sale. You can sell it once, but can’t make copies.