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Quizlet is a web-based application developed to help students study information through interactive tools and games. Quizlet’s mission is to help students (and teachers) practice and master what they’re learning. When using Quizlet, students log in and choose the appropriate study set for the concepts they need to review. These can be created by a teacher or generated by other users. Because of the flexibility and customization available, Quizlet can be used in any grade level and any type of class.

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  • For Instructors: hey simply go to Quizlet Live and then type in the unique code the teacher gives them. Once all students have joined, they are randomly put into groups. Then the game can begin. For each question, possible answers appear on teammates’ screens; however, only one member of the team has the correct answer.
  • For Students: Quizlet helps students prepare for tests! With the engaging study tools and differentiation options available, your students have so many different ways to study information when using Quizlet.

Best Practices

Using Quizlet’s free study sets, study modes and in-class game Checkpoint, you can instantly create a more engaged classroom. Students and teachers can sign up and study for free.

License Type and Support

  • No Siena License
  • Quizlet is a free app (that makes money from advertising and paid subscriptions for additional features) for making flash cards and online quizzes, which can be used privately or shared publicly. It’s very popular with students, and many are likely using the site legitimately.
  • AcadTech support level: medium.

Evidence of Efficacy 


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  • Solhi Andarab, M. (2019). Learning Vocabulary through Collocating on Quizlet. Online Submission, 7(4), 980-985
  • Sanosi, A. B. (2018). The effect of Quizlet on vocabulary acquisition. Asian Journal of Education and e-learning, 6(4).