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Student book exchange web site up

The Collegian reported this morning that the plan conceived last spring by UPUA to host a free book exchange came to fruition this week.

Onward State will be here with a walk-through later this morning afternoon. But until then, if you have PSU access id, you can access the site here.

EDIT: Here’s the walkthrough. Overall, I found the site easy to use. But a site like this is only functional to the extent that people use it. I recommend it, and I know I’ll be selling my books on it in a few weeks.
The first screen you see when you log in to the Book Exchange. The first step of selling a book

More details about the book you are selling Page where you can search for books

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