Type of site
|College note sharing|
|Created by||Ryan Sapp|
|Alexa rank||14,392,782 (November 2013[update])|
WiseCampus.com, originally named Isleptthroughclass.com, is a free college note sharing website, founded in September 2007 by University of Dayton student Ryan Sapp. The site allows any college or university student to freely access a database of accumulated lecture notes. In addition to the site's free note sharing capability it also provides monetary rewards to students who post their own class notes.
Any student who signs up to the website is granted full access to view all of the shared notes from any college or university in the United States. Members may also participate in uploading their own documents where they can receive incentives based upon the number of documents they submit. Upon submission notes are viewed and determined acceptable based on the clarity of the content.
Based on the activity of the user, members can earn points for their participation within the site. Ways to earn points include posting acceptable notes, starting blog threads, inviting friends, logging in and commenting on previously posted blog topics. Once enough points are acquired members can visit the sites giftcard catalog where they can purchase with their points a variety of online giftcards. According to WiseCampus.com, the earning potential for its members is unlimited; as long as members are submitting acceptable notes and actively participating, they can be rewarded an infinite number of times.
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- "Wisecampus.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2013-11-01.
- "Website Allows Students to Download Missed Notes", Flyer News, University of Dayton, September 14, 2007.
- "Isleptthroughclass.com Pays Students to Post Class Notes", Indiana Daily Student, Indiana University-Bloomington, May 25, 2008.
- "Website Pushes Bounds of Academic Integrity", The DePauw, DePauw University, April 5, 2008.
- WiseCampus.com - Guidelines
- "Site Allows Peers to Exchange Notes", Daily Nebraskan, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, February 7, 2008.