Feature Video Demos of Teacher Ally
Educator roles in Teacher Ally
All educators in a school with Learning Ally can access Teacher Ally. Watch this video to understand how different user roles and capabilities let you manage your students’ accounts.
Teacher Ally allows educators to create student accounts which gives each student their own virtual bookshelf. Watch this video to learn how to add students so they can begin reading audiobooks.
Students must be approved before they may begin listening to audiobooks. Watch to learn how to certify students.
Learning Ally has 80,000 audiobooks, including the world’s largest audio textbook library. Learn how to assign an unlimited number of audiobooks to student accounts.
Reviewing progress and sharing at-home access
Educators can track pages read and give students access to audiobooks at home. Learn how to review progress and share students' usernames and passwords.
How to Update Students (for site license accounts)
Each year, Learning Ally completes an annual reset. Students should be updated in school accounts with their new grade level and school information. Learn how to update students in Teacher Ally.
How to Update Students (for seat license accounts)
Each year, Learning Ally completes an annual reset. Students should be updated in school accounts with their new grade level and school information. Learn how to update and approve students accounts or seats in Teacher Ally.
Tips to Maintain Your Account
Learn how to perform clean-up tasks for students pending certification and how to deactivate and edit educator accounts in Teacher Ally, Learning Ally’s online portal for school memberships.