I want to read nonfiction with my class.

Getting your class into more nonfiction is great for building background knowledge or broadening a discussion to encourage more critical thinking. There are 3 ways to access nonfiction in Subtext:

1) Upload PDF documents

Using email, Google Drive, or Dropbox, send yourself a PDF, and open it right in your Subtext library. Then, begin annotating and discussing it just like any other book or article. Learn how »

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2) Import web articles using the ‘Save to Subtext’ feature

Quickly pull in any article from the web to read and annotate with your class. From current events to encyclopedia entries, your access to nonfiction content is virtually limitless!  Learn how »

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3) Grab articles from our ‘Curated Collections’ (premium feature)

Finding appropriate content for your class has never been easier. Browse hundreds of nonfiction articles by topic or even have leveled, curated content sent right to your group’s blade.  Learn how »

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