Faculty With Books or Textbooks To Sell?Instructors with textbooks, faculty with books, teachers, academics, and professors with either student textbooks or faculty books may be interested in reviewing our information here. We invite faculty with books to read and to learn how to sell textbooks that they don't need any more, and to possibly use the proceeds for something good, something useful, something helpful they may need such as scholarship funds, helping needy students, and things that can benefit the learning environment.
So, are you a faculty member with books? If you have new or used college textbooks on your shelf that you've chosen not to use for your classes or for reference (make sure they don't have the word "annotated" on the cover, as we don't buy those), we invite you and any of your faculty colleagues and friends to explore the option of selling books to BooksIntoCash.Com.
When you sell your textbooks to us, we'll pay the shipping, process your shipment quickly, and issue payment quickly. We've been around for a long time (on the front page, we've timed it -- 14 years!), buying books from other instructors, faculty, students, and those who didn't need their books any more. You may enter the ISBN numbers of any of your textbooks into the , and then click the "Sell Books" button to view our instantly displayed price quotes (to learn more, click this sell books reference: sell textbooks).
Advantages: College Faculty Selling Books and Textbooks
- A+ RATING with NO COMPLAINTS Check out our rating on one of those business-related "bureau" pages!
- COMPETITIVE PRICES for books from faculty.
- PRIVACY. This service is confidential. Period.
- FREE SHIPPING. We pay the shipping on books we purchase from faculty.
- CONVENIENCE. Sell textbooks at your convenience.
- FACULTY BOOK PRICES VS STUDENT BOOK PRICES. Whether you're selling faculty books or student books, we pay good prices!
Some college campus bookstores sell instructors editions to the students. I have travelled to quite a few different bookstores throughout the country, and quite a few stores sell both new books (brand new college textbooks) and "used books," which are usually ones that have been previously used by other students. However, some of the "used textbooks" are actually instructors editions. These are books that may have been previously owned by college faculty (student books and faculty books are often identical). College professors may give away these books to their students, who in turn may choose to sell these books to various buyers. Many door-to-door bookbuyers purchase faculty text books or "exam copies," and many of those books are instructors editions. Some college bookstores choose to sell instructors editions, others choose not to sell them, while others don't care either way. We are happy to buy, sell, and purchase any of the current-edition college textbooks that are presently sold in bookstores, as long as the word "Annotated" does not appear on the book's cover. We buy many textbooks. Some textbooks are instructor's editions.
We have found that some book stores sell complimentary copies of textbooks that have been previously owned by students. If a student owns a book, and it is a "complimentary copy" and then chooses to sell it to either their bookstore, or to a book buyer who recycles the textbook, then it may end up being sold at a store that sells textbooks. If they sell instructor edition textbooks, it is usually the case that the content of those books is not different than regular student version books, because if there are answers in the books then the store may choose not to sell those. Do we buy complimentary copies? When a bookseller or individual, or faculty with books sells their textbooks to us, we are happy to purchase those books owned by faculty. When students sell us their books, we are happy to buy those student editions.
Who's they? Well, we have found that some students and faculty own books that are books marked "free copy." So, we call those "free copy textbooks," because they are often given away to people. Are you looking for a place to sell free copies, or are you looking for a place to buy free copies? If you are the owner of free copy textbooks, and you are looking to sell free copy textbooks, then it is an amazing coincidence that you are reading this. Obviously just because something is free doesn't mean we want to buy it. But, if you are an instructor or faculty member who owns some textbooks that are "free copy" versions, we would be happy to buy the books that are currently sold in many bookshops and stores throughout the US.
When college instructors are given books to review, they might call those books "exam copies." These exam copies may eventually end up being sold, used by students and then sold, or, given away, kept as reference, or recylced. Once I asked an instructor if they would ever sell exam copies and they said they prefer to give them to their students. I told that instructor that I did not want to purchase their exam copies because I was happy they were giving their books away to students.
When college instructors think of words like "complimentary copies, instructors' editions," "faculty, books, selling textbooks," etc., they may find this web site very interesting. We like to make it clear that those who use this website must follow and agree to our policy; the books you sell here must belong to you (not belong to other parties, other faculty members, etc.) and that you must make sure you have a good use in mind for any money you receive for these books. Here is a handy reference list. Clicking on one of these topics will point you to our discussion regarding these book topics:We have been online since year 1999. That is a long time. We are very good at buying textbooks from faculty and students. We welcome you to contact us at any time by email or phone (click here).