Announcements

When we announced our Second Annual 15-Second Video Contest, we were secretly worried we'd never get entries as enterprising as we did last year. Happily, however, all you have to do is watch the 10 winning videos embedded in this post to see that many of this year's 600-plus submissions met, if not exceeded, our previous standard. Continue reading...
Recently we announced a powerful new Teacher Dashboard that gives educators a comprehensive look at exactly how their students are doing in their progress toward vocabulary mastery. Now administrators have a dashboard of their own, with the ability to see how Vocabulary.com is helping teachers and students, allowing them to recognize the efforts of their school's top performers. Continue reading...
Teachers around the country have been taking advantage of the Vocabulary.com Educator Edition to track student progress in their classes. And today the Educator Edition got even better, with a brand-new Teacher Dashboard that puts the most useful student data at your fingertips with a great new design. Continue reading...
For the last five years, we've been partnering with the New York Times Learning Network on a Word of the Day feature, which runs every school day on the Learning Network's blog. Last year, just as the total was about to hit the 1,000 mark, we joined the Learning Network in sponsoring a Vocabulary Video Contest that was so fantastic, we're back with a second year of the challenge! Continue reading...
In a roundup of six apps that promise to "bulk up" your brain, TIME included Vocabulary.com for anyone looking to "become a wordsmith." Continue reading...
In conjunction with the kick-off of our yearlong Vocabulary Bowl, we've created school profile pages to recognize word-learning progress at every school actively playing. Now, any school competing in the Bowl can see their name up in lights. Continue reading...
A team of academic literacy researchers put Vocabulary.com to the test in a study of eleventh grade students using Vocabulary.com in classroom and after-school contexts along with other vocabulary-focused digital learning tools. The results, published in the prestigious, peer-reviewed Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, are unequivocal: Vocabulary.com boosts learning by creating a fun, engaging, and competitive experience where students are in control. Continue reading...
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