For a long time at eNotes, we’ve displayed eTexts on the site–entire works that anyone can access for free. But recently we’ve worked to make them even better. Welcome to our all new Annotated eTexts!
What’s an Annotated eText?
Have you ever underlined words or made notes in the margins of your books while reading them? These notes help to re-familiarize you with a passage of text when you flip back through it, or draw out evidence that points to a novel’s main themes. Well, now those notes are made for you, and by the very same teachers who expertly answer your questions in eNotes Homework Help.
With real teachers and professors helping you with your homework, how can you go wrong?
How do I find them?
All of eNotes’ eTexts can be accessed by clicking the eText header link via any page of the site:
eNotes’ TAs have been busy answering questions for the past month. And now you can see just how many on the brand new TA Leaderboard here.
Simply click on the far right tab labeled “TA Leaderboard” to see who’s at the top.
The TA with the most answers of the month receives a $50 bonus on top of the rewards they receive for answering questions. And the TA with the best answers of the month gets a bonus, too!
Interested? Email us at email@example.com for more info. This job opening is for high school and college students only please.
We look forward to hearing from you!
eNotes’ study guides have a new look! Check out our top 3 reasons why they’re new and improved:
1. Quick and easy access to the information you need most
2. Homework Help on the study guide page
3. Find what’s trending in every subject
But enough gushing from us! Why not check them out for yourself and let us know what you think? Browse eNotes’ 40,000+ Literature study guides at this link. With eNotes, you can trust that all of our content is unique, expert, and in-depth, making our study guides your best resource for all of your class assignments!
Are you a high school or undergraduate student interested in helping your fellow peers? Perhaps you tutor on the side, or go out of your way to help friends with their homework? Well, now there’s a place at eNotes just for you!
eNotes is looking to enlist a small team of student contributors that we’re calling our eNotes TAs.
A TA (Teaching Assistant) is somewhere between a student and a teacher; they have the required knowledge to help others with the subject matter at hand, but can explain it all in a way that their fellow students will understand. eNotes TAs will work in our Homework Help section, writing original answers to eNoters’ questions from around the world. Along with our team of real-life Educators, eNotes TAs will help to make Homework Help your top choice for expert answers and instruction provided in the clearest way!
To join this team you must be enrolled in school (high school or undergraduate) and possess an enthusiasm for learning and sharing what you’ve learnt.
In return, eNotes TAs will receive:
- free premium membership to eNotes (unlimited access to our 250,000+ study guides, plus up to 5 Homework Help questions per day)
- valuable resume or college application experience
- special gift card rewards based on the attainment of pre-set goals
How to apply:
If you’re interested in becoming a part of the eNotes team, please submit your application to become a TA to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to include a little bit about yourself, your grade level, and what makes you a strong candidate for the TA program. We look forward to hearing from you!
Check back at eNotes.com later this Fall term to see our TAs in action!
We’ve just installed a new addition to eNotes to help keep you better updated on your account activity. Check out the new social header at the top of our pages!
With this new alert system, you’ll find new messages, friend requests, and updates from your friends much easier than before. Simply click on the bell at the top right of your page to access any new correspondence.
We also want to make sure you find your way to all the new questions and answers coming in to Homework Help all the time. Spend a bit of time on a Homework Help page, and we’ll show you the number of new items that have been submitted since you arrived there:
Check out all those new answers popping up in the Answered queue!
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