Quizlet is a flashcard website, that allows users to create and share sets of flashcards. Unlike some of the other flashcard websites Quizlet allows use of images in their sets. Users can form classes (groups) to share their sets. I have created two classes, one for speech and another for language. Both of these classes have over 40 cards; check them out by clicking the links in the previous sentence.
The flashcards in Quizlet can be accessed without signing in. Registering and logging in allows you to create cards, favorites, and join classes. If you log in information in some sections are saved, but can be easily cleared for the next client by clicking “Start Over”. After you are logged in you can join my “Speech Therapy For Use With Clients” class by clicking here and my “Language Therapy For Use With Clients” by clicking here. If you create your own flashcards don’t forget to share.
There are currently 7 ways to study flashcards directly from the website. The flashcard mode just allows you to navigate through the cards just as you would real flashcards. There is a new flashcard mode (below the flashcards), which is showing up on my Chrome browser but not on Internet Explorer. This works very well during therapy because it allows you to mark (wrong) cards for further study by clicking the star on the top right corner of the card, making it easy to track data. The new mode allows the card to be spoken if desired. Both modes allow you to choose which side of the card you want to show first. I will contact Quizlet about its new mode and when they are planning on making it the default.
The “Speller” mode shows a picture if available, says the target word, then prompts you to type it. If typed incorrectly it repeats. The “Learn” mode shows or speaks one side of the flashcard and prompts you to type the other side. Data is tracked and you can complete another round until all incorrect cards are correct. This works great with language cards. The “Test” mode provides a quiz with part fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, matching, and true/false.
There are two games also. Scatter is a timed game to match flashcard sides. Space Race prompts you to type one side of the card before the other side moves across the screen.
Much of this content can be accessed through the internet with a mobile device, but there are a lot of apps which allow offline use. The best one I tried is Quizard which is available on Android, Amazon, Nook, as well as iOS. There is a free lite verison of Quizard on Google Play and Amazon. Apple also has an official Quizlet app. Windows phones and tablets can find apps here.
Multiple flashcard websites can be accessed from Quizard. To download Quizlet cards click Download Sets and Download From Quizlet. From here you can search for “subject”, “creator”, “my cards”, or “my groups”. If you become a member of one of my classes, click my groups, log in and allow access. Then you can view your groups (classes) and select (download) the desired set. Similarly you can view your favorites, or you can search for rwslp to find my stuff.
Explaining the details on how to use Quizard further would be quite lengthy. If there is enough interest (comments) in a tutorial, I can create a video.
With Quizlet you can now create and access hundreds of flashcards on your computer, smart phone, and tablet.