Donny Khalaf

Encourage students to read during Holiday break…

In Newsletter, Technology, Website on December 17, 2013 at 2:01 pm

This is a great offer during the Winter Break…. Thanks to TCEA and myON.

TCEA and myON are partnering to bring an exciting opportunity that will allow your students and even your own children to access over 4,000 engaging digital books on computers, tablets, and other devices, wherever they are over the holiday break – free of charge.

Through this special holiday offer, students will be able to choose from a collection of thousands of high-interest digital books from myON, a business unit of Capstone – the leading publisher of school library texts —  in a variety of genres and formats. Readers of all levels will be able to enjoy these digital books independently or they may activate naturally-recorded audio and text highlighting to support their reading. An embedded dictionary provides help with pronunciation and definitions for words they may not know. Free mobile apps enable your students to download books on their mobile devices for offline reading, as well.

Encourage your students to read independently or enjoy the gift of reading together as a family during the winter break by reading on  myON!

Here’s how to access myON books:

  • Go online to www.myon.com.
  • Click the Log In Now      button and enter TCEA, TX District as the School Name. (Begin typing the      first few letters and select from the drop-down menu.)
  • Enter the user name of      “read” and the password of “read”.

Click on submit, select a book, and start reading!

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