ReadCloud is the leading eReading software provider to Australian schools. Locally developed and fully supported the software is valuable for any school that has embarked or is considering embarking on their digital transformation journey.
ReadCloud offers schools (teachers and students):
Access to their in-classroom resources digitally – educational content from the world’s leading educational publishers, together with non-traditional educational resources, as well as eNovels.
Connect seamlessly via a single login to selected publishers’ digital interactive resources with Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) integration or simply link and login to publisher platforms whilst still inside the application.
The ability to highlight, annotate, collaborate and communicate with class members. These “ring-fenced” class conversations are made possible through ReadCloud’s virtual class clouds which mimic the actual classroom by grouping the members of each physical class.
ReadCloud’s innovative Content Manager affords teachers the ability to curate their own content and upload their own resources into ReadCloud’s virtual class clouds to further contexualise the learning experience. Teacher curated content sits alongside the commercial curriculum and can be in the form of a PDF, website, video, audio or image.
LMS connectivity - ReadCloud provides deep integration into many LMS’s allowing users to quickly and securely access ReadCloud’s Bookshelf. Stream PDF’s and access publisher interactive content. Alternatively embed the App into your chosen LMS to assist with session plans.
Single Sign-On (SSO) capability.
Easily accessible reading analytics at a class cloud level assisting teachers and parents.
A comprehensive on-boarding, in-servicing and a tailored professional development programme which takes place at school and runs for the course of the school year, enabling sharing of best practice teaching methods in order to maximize student learning outcomes.
ReadCloud also supports blended classrooms
Today over 250 education institutions and in excess of 75,000 students regularly go to ReadCloud to achieve a “digital first” strategy for simplified consumption of in-classroom resources.