Here are the steps we recommend if students have trouble finding a book using the Bookopolis search bar.
Learn how to add books to My Books so you can log, rate, review, and recommend them on the Bookopolis App.
Introducing a new feature in Bookopolis! Motivate students to spend more time reading by creating a custom Reading Challenge for students in your class. Try creating a challenge that is meaningful to your class, and let us know how we can continue to improve this feature to support you and your readers.
When Teachers sign up for Bookopolis via our Single Sign-On integration with Google, we will automatically create Student Accounts in Bookopolis for all students in your Google Classrooms. Teachers: you do NOT need to set […]
Tutorial: How to Send Class Messages Educators can send messages to one or more classes in Bookopolis that will show up on students’ Recent Updates page. This is a great way to tell students about […]
For Bookopolis Educators: a short tutorial on how to Archive your classes in Bookopolis. Step #1 – From your Teacher Dashboard, click the yellow “Archive” button next to your class name. Step #2 – […]
Can’t find your book in Bookopolis with either the Children’s or Young Adult search bars? If you can find it on Amazon, your teacher can add it for you. Here’s how: 1.From Teacher Dashboard — […]
You can create custom book lists to share with friends and family. This could be a list of your favorite books, books your class read this year, funny books, scary books, books for Harry Potter […]
You can create your teacher and student accounts with one click using our Single Sign On (SSO) integrations with leading edtech platforms like Google, Edmodo, Clever, and — coming soon — Canvas. Here’s how to […]
Building the home-school connection is an important part of promoting your students’ reading growth. Students can use Bookopolis at home for their daily reading log and to show parents what they are reading (and what […]