Our new filter library matrix allows you to hone in on just right books for every student at their perfect intersection of age interests and reading level. So you can visit our filtered library to see all of the books available and you can scroll through the range of interests and reading level choices by just going up and down throughout the library. And if you see, when you find intriguing, you can read a little bit more about it, a quick blurb. We get a sense of the intended interest and reading level. If you want to look at it more later, you can select, add to bookshelf and you will be able to find it later when you go to your profile. Dashboard and your bookshelf there.
But in addition to scrolling through and finding titles in the general library, this way I can use this filtered. Library system on the left to hone in on just write books for specific students or groups of students. So for example, if I wanted to find. Books for students reading at around a third grade level in high school. I can select those there. I could always add categories, genre theme, and then I hit filter. And then all of these titles, that show are ones that are in for high school students who read it around a third grade level. And again, I can always add to bookshelf if I want to look at it later. And I also have the option here to open a book. And explore the inside.
So if I click on a runaway tail, here I can get a quick snapshot of the book. I can always buy the paperback and if I hadn't already, I could add it to my bookshelf. When I open it, you'll see. I have a tool bar here, which enhances the text and makes it more accessible and engaging. So for example, I can use. A text size tool to make it much larger or to make it much smaller. I can use beeline reader here, which is a text gradient to help students with visual checking as they go from one line to the next. I can always change the vibe if I want to by selecting a different color. I can share with my friends or my teacher. I can like the book so that it save it for later. That way. I can. Use this tool here to look up a word. If I want to learn what it means. So for example, click on son. I have a quick written definition here and I also can click to get a picture. Of the word as well. I have text to speech, which allows me to listen to the text.
And I also have a PDF download here so that if I'd rather download it, And then, print it out or read it offline. That is also an option here.
I can page through the book. By using the arrows in the corner, but I also can jump ahead by selecting pages this way. And when I finished the book, you'll see, I also get options for other recommended titles that I might want to try out next. So we hope you enjoy, perusing the books in the library, honing in on books that are just right for your students and helping to inspire a love of reading. Thank you.