How to use Reading Light

We’ve created these short walkthrough videos to help show you some of the cool features inside our new Reading Light Resource.

  1. TEACHERS: You can recommend books to your students. Follow the directions in this video

2. STUDENTS: How to add a book to your Reading Light bookshelf

3. STUDENTS: How to add reading time to your current book

4. STUDENTS: How to mark a book as finished and write a review

5. TEACHERS: How to publish student reading records

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