How to share an eBook with students

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    Teachers will have access to the teacher-copy of the eBook(s) by default when you subscribe to a Boost course. To share eBooks with students, they will need their own accounts set up on Boost.
     
    1. To share an eBook with students, select the 'share' icon on the eBook tile:
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    You can either choose to share within Boost, or to give students a weblink:
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    Sharing within Boost 

    If you choose 'Share within Boost', you can copy in colleagues so that they are notified of the share. They will also be able to view and edit the share in their 'Share overview'. This is optional.
     
    When you are ready, select 'next':
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    On the next screen, you will need to select the students you want to share the eBook with. Click on the tick-box by their name to select them:
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    You can use the tabs to choose between individual students, or select an entire class or group. You can also use the search bar to search for a specific student, class or group.

    Generating a weblink

    If you choose 'Generate a weblink', you can copy in colleagues so that they are notified of the share. They will also be able to view and edit the share in their 'Share overview'. This is optional.

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    A weblink will then appear which you can copy and send to your students (this link will be active for 28 days):

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    When you are happy with your choices and have copied the link select 'Done'. If you need to review or remove an eBook share, please take a look at reviewing and removing your eBook shares. 
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