For Educators: How to Send Invites to Parents

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Involving parents in your Biblionasium program offers many benefits, including increased engagement, higher rates of challenge participation, and accountability for reading log entries.

When parents join Biblionasium:

  • They can see their child’s reading history, reading logs, favorite books, reading preferences, book reviews and more.
  • They can see your recommended or required books and your classroom reading challenges.
  • They can also donate books to your classroom or library from your Group Wish list.

To connect parents:

  1. Go to screenshot-www.biblionasium.com-2019.09.10-15_52_37.png > screenshot-www.biblionasium.com-2019.09.10-15_53_16.png, then scroll down to screenshot-www.biblionasium.com-2019.09.10-15_53_53.png and select screenshot-www.biblionasium.com-2019.09.10-15_51_59.png.
  2. You will be taken to a page that explains the benefits of connecting parents. Your two options will be to a) print invites to send home with your students, or b) send invites via email.

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If you select screenshot-www.biblionasium.com-2019.09.10-16_01_40.png, you will see the following message:

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If you select screenshot-www.biblionasium.com-2019.09.10-16_14_39.png, the same information that is in the printed invites will automatically be sent via email to the parents.

Inside the print and/or email invites, parents will be given instructions on how to log in to or create a parent account. They will also be given a unique code that corresponds to their child’s student account. This will allow them to connect their child to their parent account and begin monitoring their activity.

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