Quizlet Unconference Videos and Free Live Webinar
Teachers, welcome back! We hope you had a relaxing summer break, and are as excited about this new school year as we are (pssst: we launched Quizlet Diagrams). Here are two easy ways to get your year started on the right foot: Watch videos from Quizlet's Unconference We're excited to share video rec…

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Posted by Amalia August 30, 2017 · View post
Diversity & Inclusion at Quizlet — Why it Matters to Us
At Quizlet, we’ve built a diverse team of smart and passionate people, driven by our mission to ‘help people practice and master whatever they are learning.’ But we will always challenge ourselves to do better as we strive towards being a more diverse and inclusive team. There has been a lot of atte…

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Posted by Matthew August 29, 2017 · View post
Teacher Tip: Making Classroom Rules Review Fun with Quizlet
At the start of the school year, it's important to get students on the same page about classroom expectations and policies — but, usually, this isn't anyone's favorite part of those first few days. Thanks to this tip from Spanish teacher and Quizlet Teacher Ambassador Stephanie Sheridan, you can act…

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Posted by Amalia August 27, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii
On August 24, 79 (1,938 years ago), Mount Vesuvius erupted and destroyed Pompeii, an ancient Roman city near modern day Naples in Italy. The area and its people were buried under 13-20 feet of volcanic ash, and the site was forgotten for 1,500 years until rediscovered in 1599. Proper excavations st…

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Posted by Amalia August 25, 2017 · View post
Introducing the new Learn on Web
Earlier this year, we launched the new Quizlet Learn on iOS and Android. Today, we're excited to introduce the new Learn on our website! New Learn is the best way to get ready for a test, quiz or other assessment. It helps you focus on the content that you find most difficult, and automatically ad…

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Posted by Jennifer August 24, 2017 · View post
Introducing Quizlet Diagrams
Learning anatomy and physiology of the heart? Memorizing the phases of the moon? Studying the stages of mitosis? Meet Quizlet Diagrams. Say goodbye to staring at pictures in your textbook or covering labels with your thumbs — now you can create a diagram using any illustration, map, chart, or photo…

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Posted by Aswath August 23, 2017 · View post
Teacher Tip: Math + Quizlet Live = Success
The Quizlet team recently visited math teacher Krista Bradham's classroom at Hill Country Middle School in Austin, TX. Krista is the math department chair and also coaches the UIL Math Team. She shared that Quizlet has revolutionized her students' level of interest and engagement in learning. Her s…

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Posted by Amalia August 15, 2017 · View post
Introducing Quizlet Go: Ad-Free Studying & Premium Themes
Every day, millions of students turn to Quizlet to make studying more effective and engaging. Today we’re introducing a new subscription product for students that makes it a little easier to study without distractions, and a little easier to have fun while you study. Meet Quizlet Go, launching toda…

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Posted by Alex August 11, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: Welcome to Our Crib
MTV has long been intertwined with youth culture in the United States, and the association is not just limited to kids telling each other they got punk’d. It can be credited with bringing music videos and reality shows to millions of TV screens — many of America’s most recognizable TV stars (inclu…

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Posted by Rutvij August 3, 2017 · View post
Announcing Quizlet's all-digital unconference!
As we gear up for back to school here at Quizlet HQ, one of our goals is to create a community for educators to interact with one another and share the different ways they use Quizlet with their students. To provide a platform for both teachers new to Quizlet and returning pros, we’re hosting a fre…

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Posted by Rutvij July 31, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: National Intern Day
Yesterday was National Intern Day, and whether you spent your day fetching coffee for your colleagues or pitching ideas to the CEO of a multi-billion-dollar corporation, if you’re an intern, you had reason to celebrate. Internships can take a whole host of forms. And because they typically last for…

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Posted by David July 28, 2017 · View post

Would you like to try out early versions of a BRAND NEW FEATURE? You'll be helping us build the feature by identifying problems and sharing ideas for improvements. Click here to sign up. Thanks for your help!

Posted by Aswath July 26, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: National Hot Dog Day
Yesterday, July 19, was National Hot Dog Day - a day to celebrate all things hot dog! Hot dogs have a long and worldly history. Sausages, the tasty focal point of the hot dog, were first mentioned in Homer's Odyssey in the 9th century BC, making sausages one of the oldest processed foods. In the 13…

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Posted by Rachel July 20, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet this Week: Baseball's First Hero
Arguably the most revered icon in the Roaring Twenties, Babe Ruth (born George Herman Ruth, Jr.) inspired a generation of children to pick up a stick and a ball in America's sandlots. In a country that was struggling to assert itself on the world's stage after the First World War, the "Sultan…

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Posted by Rutvij July 13, 2017 · View post
Super Speller Ananya Vinay Visits Quizlet
The star of Quizlet’s tech talk this past week was a retired master of her craft—and she’s only twelve years old. On Friday we welcomed Ananya Vinay, the winner of the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee, to Quizlet HQ in San Francisco. The anything-but-ordinary orthographer clinched her victory at…

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Posted by David July 11, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: Frida Kahlo
¡Feliz cumpleaños, Frida! Today marks the 110th birthday of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Born in 1907, the artist spent most of her life in her family’s home in Coyocoán in Mexico City with her parents and three sisters. After a streetcar accident left her hospitalized for weeks, she began what wou…

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Posted by David July 6, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: Shakespeare brings the house down...literally
In 1613, the Globe Theatre in London was the place to see a Shakespeare play. The Bard himself was rumored to act in some of his own productions and was a minority shareholder in the operations of the theater. During a performance of Henry VIII in June of that year, a theatrical cannon misfired an…

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Posted by Rutvij June 29, 2017 · View post
On Quizlet This Week: National Onion Rings Day
Don’t let onions make you cry today; celebrate them instead! June 22 is National Onion Rings Day, an annual holiday in the U.S. honoring one of America’s tastiest fast-food creations. No one knows the exact origins of the onion ring, but a recipe is thought to have appeared first in an 1802 cookbo…

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Posted by David June 22, 2017 · View post

We're looking for users who'd like to try out early versions (on Web, iPhone and Android) of a brand new feature. You'll be helping us build the feature by identifying problems and sharing ideas for improvements. If you'd like to participate, click here to sign up. Thanks for your help!

Posted by Aswath June 19, 2017 · View post
Quizlet events at ISTE
Quizlet is headed to ISTE this year and we want to meet you! If you're attending the conference or live in the San Antonio area, check out and register for our events below: Teacher Appreciation Happy Hour Tuesday, June 27 — 6-8pm Barriba Cantina, San Antonio River Walk Join members of the Quizlet…

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Posted by Amalia June 16, 2017 · View post