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How To Buy & Sell Notes

How To Buy & Sell Notes On CollegeOwlz

By utilizing the E-Notes section of CollegeOwlz students can save/store their notes online making them easily accessible at any given time. Students also have the option to post their class notes for sale potentially making them money for the work they already do. CollegeOwlz also helps those students that may need a little extra help by offering a peer to peer market-place where one student can lend a helping hand to by selling their lecture notes, book notes, and study guides.
Use the anchor points below to help clarify the specific topics:

How To Post A:
Lecture Note
Study Guide
Book Note
Managing Your E-Notes
Add Funds / Cash Out
Viewing An E-Note Before Purchasing

How To Post An E-Note:

Once you’ve logged in you must first go to the “E-Notes” section located on the left navigation menu.

E-Notes Section
Click E-Notes On The Left Navigation Menu

Next click on “Post an E-Note” which is located under the “E-Notes” section.

Click "Post An E-Note"
Click “Post An E-Note”

How To Post A Lecture Note:

When posting a lecture note, be sure to fill out all the appropriate fields such as “Date of Lecture” & “Professor.” Addendums can be added, but you’ll want to make sure you get all the details in the first time. Attachments like .doc, pdf, and .xls will be auto-compiled into PDF format when posted. Photo attachments will be seen after purchase, so if your notes are the photo, be sure to include those details in your description.

Posting A Lecture Note
Posting A Lecture Note

How To Post A Study Guide:

When posting a study guide, be sure to fill out all the appropriate fields and include all the information needed. Addendums can be added, but you’ll want to make sure you get everything in the first time. Attachments like .doc, pdf, and .xls will be auto-compiled into PDF format when posted. Photo attachments will be seen after purchase, so if your notes are the photo, be sure to include those details in your description.

Posting A Study Guide
Posting A Study Guide

How To Post A Book Note:

When posting a study guide, be sure to fill out all the appropriate fields such as “Book ISBN” & “Chapter(s).” Addendums can be added, but you’ll want to make sure you get everything in the first time. Attachments like .doc, pdf, and .xls will be auto-compiled into PDF format when posted. Photo attachments will be seen after purchase, so if your notes are the photo, be sure to include those details in your description.

Posting A Book Note
Posting A Book Note

Managing Your E-Notes:

To manage your notes you will want to click on “Go to my E-Notes” which is located under the “E-Notes” section on the left navigation menu.

Go To My E-Notes
Go To My E-Notes

From here you can manage your Posted E-Notes, Purchased E-Notes, and Drafts. You can remove, view, and edit/add an addendum to your posted notes and drafted notes. You can view and download your purchased e-notes.

Managing My E-Notes
Managing My E-Notes

Add Funds / Cash Out:

Read more about our integrated Paypal system and how to manage your account for adding funds and cashing out here.

Add Funds / Cash Out - Paypal Integrated
Add Funds / Cash Out – Paypal Integrated

Viewing An E-Note Before Purchasing:

Before making a final purchase on an e-note you can first click view on any e-note post which will then take you to the following page. On this page you will be able to see the user’s overall rating and the rating for that specific note both of which are based on a 5 star rating system. As shown below you will also be able to view one third of the first page of the note which will give you an idea of what you are about to purchase. To buy the note scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the orange “Purchase” button then confirm by clicking “Yes.”

E-Note Preview / Purchasing
E-Note Preview / Purchasing

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  1. oh wow, where was this when I was in school? This seems like such an easy to use way to get noted. They also seemed to be reasonably priced for a college student.
    Thanks for this great service.