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Getting Books & Docs
You can access millions of free and paid books and read almost any document or Web article in Subtext.
Creating & Managing Groups
Groups make it easy to distribute content to your class and read together in a closed environment.
Using Our Annotation Tools
Start discussions, embed Web links and add assignments to transform any text into a digital classroom.
How User Profiles Work
Teachers and students have different rights in Subtext so you stay in control and your class stays focused.
Logging into Subtext
It’s easy to get started. Just log in with your Google, Edmodo or Facebook credentials to create an account.
Managing Your Account
Customize everything from your profile and privacy settings to the appearance of your books and bookshelf.
The Discussion Stream
The Discussion Stream displays all the notes in the books and documents on your shelf in a single continuous feed.
Using Subtext with Edmodo
Now you can use Subtext to share notes and discussion prompts with your classes on Edmodo.
Teachers can create activities inside any book or article, set a due date, then give feedback and a grade.
Were always striving to make Subtext better. Here are just the latest features & functionality weve added:
- Google Docs Integration: Students can copy their highlights and notes to Google Docs, closing the loop from reading to writing. An automatic bibliography is added to save time!
- Assignments: Teachers can create activities inside any book or article, set a due date, then give feedback and a grade. Try tagging character traits, citing key passages, or tying in a writing prompt. Browse community assignments to get started. Learn More »
- Refined ‘My Library’ screen: A streamlined design makes it easier to start using Subtext for both teachers and students.
- Text to Speech by Phrase: Subtext can read any book or digital document out loud so students can make connections between the spoken and written text. NEW: Turn on text-to-speech to listen to any word or smaller selection of text on the page. Learn More »