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How does Quizlet work?
Quizlet is a free website providing learning tools for students, including flashcards, study and game modes. It was created by high school sophomore Andrew Sutherland in 2005 and now contains over 40 million study sets. All of the material is user-generated.
Study your material anywhere with mobile apps for iPhone and Android.
Audio is available in 18 languages from English and Spanish to Arabic and Turkish! Perfect for language study, practicing pronunciation, and learning vocabulary.
Create Flash Cards (New Set)
Click on the tab at the top of the page in the center. Choose a Title, Description, and Subject.Choose whether or not other users will be allowed to discuss your set. Choose who can see or edit your materials.Choose language. Enter your terms and definitions/translations. Create Set
Quizlet automatically saves your progress when creating a
study set. Either continue working on the flashcard set and make sure to click "Create Set" at the bottom of the page. Or if you want to discard the flashcard set, click the "discard it" button and it will be permanently removed.
It does not work when you go in and Edit an existing set. We recommend that you always save your work every so often, regardless, especially when editing an existing set.
A feature that can save you a lot of time when you create a study set. Start typing your term. A small "auto-define" button will appear below the text box:Click the button to auto-define your term. A window will appear with definitions from an online dictionary, sorted by most-used within Quizlet: Once you've selected a definition you like, click "Use selected definition." Quizlet will automatically fill in the definition you have selected - no need to type anything!
Bold a word or phrase
If you'd like to
a particular word or phrase in your set, you can use our bold option to do that.
When you're creating a set
(or editing an existing one) just put
on either side of the word or words you'd like to bold.
Copy another users sets (Finding a set)
You can copy any public set (or private set you have access to) so you can make tweaks and save a version as your own.To copy another user's set, go to the set page and click on "Copy" on the upper right. To make a copy of your own set, go to the set page and click on "Copy" underneath "More Tools" on the upper right. The "Copy" button will copy the title and description along with the terms and definitions.You can change the title and description as well as the terms and definitions. Add extra terms or images. Delete terms. Or correct mistakes.You can also change the privacy settings. Click "Create set" at the bottom of the page. The set is now yours to use, but it will show who you copied it from on the Info tab of the set page.
Add study sets that are relevant to the class. You can do this from the class page by clicking on "Add a Set" on the upper right. All of your public sets will appear and you can choose to add them.You can also add any public set to the class from the main set page. To do this, click on "Share" on the upper right. If you want the sets in your class to be view-able only to class members, make sure to select "Visible to: certain classes" To change this setting, go the main set page and click on "Edit" on the upper right, your students must be members of the class to view content with this permission. If they are not class members, make sure your sets are "Visible to: everyone." Now invite your students to join your class and become class members.
Create a class for your students
From the main log in page you'll see a prompt to "Join or create a class" on the left side of the screen. Click on that to create your class.Enter the name of your class.Then click "Create your own" at the bottom the screen.On the next screen, enter and select your school name. Once you have created a class, your school options will be saved for when you next create one. If your school is not already in our database, you will have to add it by clicking on "Don't see your school? Add your school." Please note that you cannot edit your school information once the class has been created, so make sure to check for spelling! Now click on "Create class" at the bottom of the screen.
Share any public set (your own or someone else's) from the share drop down when you're viewing the set. This option is on the upper right of the main set page. You can email the set to a friend, post it to Facebook or Twitter, or
write the short url on the board for your students
. If you use classes on Quizlet, use the same share drop down to add a set to a class directly from the set page.
Invite your students (Sharing)
Share a unique URL
that will allow them to join automatically.Or enter their email or usernames and they will receive an email to join your class automatically.To do this, click on "Share" on the upper right. If you want the sets in your class to be view-able only to class members, make sure to select "Visible to: certain classes."
Track your progress with
6 powerful study and game modes!
—Review your material, shuffle/randomize, or listen with audio.
—Track your correct/incorrect answers and retest the ones you've missed.
—Type what you hear in this audio-powered study mode.
—Randomly generate tests based on your flashcard set.
—Race against the clock to drag and match terms/definitions.
pace Race*—Type in the answer as terms/definitions scroll across the screen.
Click on your user name at the top right corner and choose "help center" from the drop down menu. You will find more detailed instructions.
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