Free full access to books and articles from myON and myON News for schools and students around the world
myON by Renaissance offers a personalised digital reading experience for students of all ages and abilities, and a host of literacy tools and homework features. During these unprecedented global school closures due to COVID-19, we are offering free full access to up to 13,000 enhanced digital books – as well as 5 daily news articles in 3 languages (English, French, Spanish) with myON News.
Free full access gives you a great insight into what myON and myON News can offer you and your students including a wealth of data on reading performance, and the Projects tool allows you to create lessons as simple as reading one or more books, or they may incorporate additional tasks such as writing assignments using graphic organisers. Full access to myON also links to other Renaissance products like Accelerated Reader quizzes.
Full access to myON includes:
Access thousands of enhanced digital books with audio support – including new Primary & Secondary packs from our friends at Badger Learning. 102 exciting books available, all are Accelerated Reader-quizzed!
Available to all students 24/7 online and offline & free companion mobile apps available for iPad, Android tablets, Chromebooks & Kindle Fire HD
Ability to match students with the right book at the right reading level, based on their interests with links to Star Reading and Accelerated Reader
Close reading tools including a built-in dictionary, highlighter, sticky notes, literacy emojis, graphic organisers, projects and much more
Full access to myON News includes:
Age appropriate news articles delivered every weekday, 52 weeks a year are available in three languages (English, French and Spanish) and at three reading levels with embedded scaffolds to support struggling readers
Professionally recorded audio, maps, slideshows, a built-in dictionary and more make each article come alive, deepening student engagement
100% non-fiction texts, a wide range of cross-curricular topics and downloadable Teacher Guides help strengthen literacy skills/li>
Authentic reporting be professional journalists and a careful review by a child psychologist help ensure every article is unbiased and appropriate for children