Literacy growth

in a digital world

Let’s talk about literacy growth through digital access

As teachers focus on teaching digital literacy skills in the classroom, access to diverse reading content is key to helping students gain these skills, while also providing opportunities for personalization that lead to reading growth for students at all levels.

Discover how myON Reader’s unlimited 24/7 access to thousands of authentic digital books, anytime, anywhere—with reading and writing tools that foster collaboration and deep connections to the texts—can enhance literacy growth in a digital world.

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What is a student-centered digital library and how can it help accelerate literacy growth? Download this Educator's Guide to a Student-Centered Digital Library and get the answers.


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Classroom activities: Digital content creation and collaboration

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The brand-new 2019 edition is a must-read! The world’s largest annual study of K–12 student reading habits, What Kids Are Reading now has cross-curricular book lists, popular digital reads, eye-opening new research analyses, and more.

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