Creation of a class and adding students is all free, as well as many already uploaded free domain books and reading passages from ReadWorks.org. In addition, uploading articles from blogs and other websites was simple by URL. Once uploaded, Curriculet changes the formatting, taking away all the ads and additional links, and allows for the adding of the teacher's own questions and quizzes.
|Add Content via Files or URL or from the Curriculet Store|
|Add questions, annotations, or quizzes by click and holding. Students can add their own annotations for their own notes as well, view able only to themselves.|
|Student View of the book Call of the Wild|
After assigning a book or passage to a class, teachers can monitor student progress by student or by question. Adding students to a class requires adding by URL or a class "token" that they enter when signing up. Students are required to use an email and teachers do not have access to change their passwords. If students use Google, they can use a quick Google Sign In.
It was easy to use and has a great guide for quick questions. I personally would like to see the ability to have the text read aloud, but for the features it currently has, this site would be highly useful in any class!