A Look at the Reviews and Ratings from Students and Professors" as my knowledge cut off is 2021. However, I can provide you with information on how to find and evaluate reviews and ratings of textbooks, including Cengage economics textbooks.
One way to find reviews and ratings of textbooks is to search online, such as on websites like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Goodreads. These sites allow students and professors to leave reviews and ratings of textbooks they have used. You can also check on the publisher website.
Another way to find reviews and ratings is to check on the college or university's website where the textbook is being used. Some professors will post their own reviews of textbooks they have used in their classes.
When evaluating reviews and ratings, it is important to keep in mind that not all reviews will be unbiased, and some may be more helpful than others. Some reviews may be written by people who have a vested interest in the textbook, such as the publisher or the author, and may not be an accurate representation of the textbook's quality.
It is also worth considering the context of the course, the instructor and the institution when evaluating the reviews, as what might work well for one class or professor may not work as well for another.
It's also important to look at the overall picture of the ratings and reviews, if the majority of them are positive, it's an indication that the book is good and if the majority of them are negative, it's an indication that the book is not good.
In summary, while reviews and ratings can be a helpful tool in evaluating a textbook, it is important to read multiple reviews and consider the context in which the textbook will be used.