Free MIT Press ebooks

Want to help MIT Press better understand how people read books? Interested in getting your hands on some pre-publication MIT Press books? Want to be entered to win some of those books once they’re published? Then this opportunity might be for you:

We at The MIT Press actively welcome feedback about our content. To this end, we’re pleased to announce that we’ve recently partnered with Jellybooks of London to test our books pre-publication, offering readers a unique opportunity to share their thoughts with us and be heard.

Jellybooks was founded by two MIT alumni, and specializes in reader analytics. Jellybooks modifies ebooks so that a participant’s reading data can be recorded at the click of a button. This data is used to help publishers better understand how readers interact with their books, enabling them to publish better books in the future.

As a part of this initiative, we are making reading samples (50 to 150 pages in length) of not yet published MIT Press books available to participants as free downloadable ebooks. All participants will also be eligible to win one of several copies of the final published books that we will be raffling off.

Participants will aid The MIT Press in its mission to publish compelling, groundbreaking content, and will also receive exclusive early access to not yet published MIT Press titles.

Ready to receive your free MIT Press ebooks and let us know what you think? Click below to choose two books from a list of eight that we are testing.

You can choose from the selection of eight non-fiction books direct from Jellybooks here.

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