For Students: How to Make Your Reading Count for a Challenge

NOTE: This video states that “If you have more than one pages or minutes challenge, your logs will count toward them all at once.”  This is no longer correct. If you have more than one pages or minutes challenge, your logs will now count toward them in the order they were created.

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1. Click on Search for Books from the Bookshelf or use the Search Bar at the top of the page. Add the book to your bookshelf.

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2. Go to your Reading Log and select the book you want to add.

Reading Log Select

3. For minutes and pages challenges, simply add your pages or minutes read to the reading log.

Reading Log Type

4. For titles challenges, make sure you check the finished box, and then you can select the challenge to apply it toward.

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