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Classical Notes is an ASUCD unit that will pay you to take notes for a class. These notes are then photocopied and made available to students as a subscription or individually by lecture. Students may also buy these notes on the classical notes website and view them online. These notes come in handy when you miss a lecture and don't know anyone in the class that you can get the notes from. Classical notes shares windowspace with Campus Copies
Campus Copies Printing
Regular White $0.08 / sheet (1-99 copies)$0.07 (100-199 copies)$0.06 (200-499 copies)$0.05 (500+ copies) Colored Paper $0.10 / sheet (1-99 copies)$0.09 (100-199 copies)$0.08 (200-499 copies)$0.07 (500+ copies) Legal + $0.03 / sheet Double Sided Prints + $0.03/ sheet 11 x 17 + $0.06 / sheet Cardstock + $0.04 / sheet 100% Recycled + $0.02 / sheet Resume Envelopes $0.10 Resume Paper $0.15 / sheet Transparencies $0.90 Binding (incl. cover) $3.00 Ream of Paper (White) $8.00 Ream of Paper (Color) $10.00 Ream of Paper (Cardstock) $12.00
3mm 11×17 $2.00 3mm 8.5×11 $1.50 3mm 8.5×5.5 $1.00 10mm 11×17 $2.25 10mm 8.5×11 $1.75 10mm 8.5×5.5 $1.25
Long-distance $2.00 / page one $1.00 / additional page International $3.00 / page one $1.50 / additional page To receive $1.00 / page
2014-10-09 14:04:19 Classical Notes is great. Their notes are usually very well-done, although I wish they had more UTD notes at times.
My only complaint is that their online, scanned notes are much poorer in quality. They're somewhat whitewashed, and the webpage you view them on is poorly setup, making it difficult to use (you cannot download the notes as one file either, though you can right-click — > save as on individual pages).
You're better off buying a hardcopy, IMO. —ThisIsMyRealNameThough
2015-03-17 23:48:38 Definitely get a hard copy. The online version does not download to your computer, the pages load via internet (as a photo) each time. It takes longer to load than to read a page most of the time —jrnorth
2015-03-18 00:13:00 ^^ long wait times can be circumnavigated by opening 3 tabs of the notes and cycling them :) —jrnorth