In this video, we show you how to log in to Classoos via your mobile device or the web browser on your computer. We demonstrate the process on an iPad but you can also use our app on Android or Windows 10 devices
Learn How to Use Classoos
In this video, we show you how to access your online textbooks on your mobile device (iPads, Android or Windows 10 devices ) and talk about the differences between Bookshelf, Waiting For Me and Content Archive options in the main menu of the app.
In this video, we show you 4 ways to easily navigate through your online textbooks: swipe, scroll bar, table of contents, go to page.
In this video, we show you how to add your own bookmarks to a page. Digital bookmarks are like pig’s ears in a printed book and you can give them a short comment. Use your bookmarks as another navigation alternative.
In this video, we show you how to highlight text in your online textbooks. You can highlight important or new words and sentences and analyse the text you read
In this video, we show you the true power of Classoos – the ability to add your thoughts, insights, comments and question to your online textbooks. If you are a teacher, you can also share your notes with your colleagues and students.
In this video, we show you how to benefit much more from your online textbooks by linking them to the vast knowledge that is found on the web. If you are a teacher, you can share your links with your colleagues and students.
In this video, we show you how to make Classoos read text for you. You can use this option when you want to be sure how to pronounce a word; when your eyes are tired or if you feel sometimes like the letters jump up and down while you read.
A short tutorial explaining how to easily prepare and distribute quizzes constructed of multiple choice or open-end questions. Use rich media to enhance students attention, easily grade and give feedback all in the Classoos platform.