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Use e-books and Classroom Presentation Tools offline. Save your work in the cloud so that you can access it across different devices.


How can Oxford Learner’s Bookshelf help you?


Classroom Presentation Tools for delivering engaging lessons on screen

Create an interactive learning experience – instantly play audio and video, launch fun activities and games, show answers, present scripts and expand images for discussion, all from the front of the class.

You can use your Classroom Presentation Tool offline to prepare your lessons anywhere and access your synced notes in your classroom.


NEW! Track students’ progress in the class gradebook

(available for some courses only)

  • Save time and be confident your students’ learning is on track
  • View scores in a variety of different ways, for the whole class or individual students
  • See students’ answers to individual activities
  • Download the class gradebook score reports and save them offline

Interactive Learning:

  • watch video straight from the page
  • complete interactive activities with automated marking
  • listen to audio for authentic listening practice
  • voice record to practice speaking and pronunciation
  • add notes and use the pen and highlighter tool to annotate the page
  • easily navigate using bookmarks, jump to page, and the search tool
  • track your progress in the gradebook and keep your learning on target (available for some courses only)

A world‑famous dictionary

Look up Oxford Learner’s Dictionary definitions with pronunciation guidance, at the right level for you.


Reading Diary

Specially designed for our Graded Readers, students can track how many words they have read, for how long and collect awards. They can share their Reading Diary with their teacher, parents or friends.