In your home area, just click the “create a new collection” button. Give your collection a name, and add a cover image and description.
You can now add any type of content to your new collection - just copy and paste links or use our integrations in the “+” bar. You can add videos, tweets, articles, notes, text, PDF’s, Flipgrid Videos, and much more!
You can share your collection in several ways. Once you’ve made your collection public or unlisted, click save, then click the share button. From here you can share via a link, QR Code, Microsoft Teams, Google Classrooms or Remind.
We've made it easier than ever for students to collaborate with you and each other on Wakelet collections. Here's how to use our collaboration feature!
This can be an assignment, a reflection board, or anything else you can think of!
Get a shareable link or code by click the ‘Contributors’ button. Anyone can access and contribute to the collection, even without a Wakelet account! If you’re sharing the unique code, your students can head to wakelet.com, and click on the ‘Enter Code’ button to join the collection.
Students add content like articles, videos, notes and anything else. This is great for assignments, group projects, reflection boards, book reviews, work submission, backchannel chats and much more!
Here a few examples of great ways you can use Wakelet for remote learning during school closures.
If you want to see some awesome examples of Wakelet enhancing remote learning, just head to the Community Showcase page. We’ll be updating this with fresh content so that all your ideas are shared regularly!Visit the Showcase