For teachers

eContenta offers sophisticated tools to personalize and manage your workspace, e-learning tools, forum for group discussions of texts.


Reading tools


online, using all our tools and reading aids or off-line (ACS)

Mark and annotate:

create your own notes to text and mark relevant passages

Search fulltext:

find easily anything you need within a text and sort results by page number or relevance

Look up:

use context menu turning each word in the text into a gateway


Organizing your workspace


sophisticated structure of user's saved resources (bookshelf), allowing convenient organization of data (tree structure)


add your own descriptions to your catalogs or publications saved to your bookshelf

Use tags:

tag your, bookmarks and whole publications notes to organize them through keywords


create quick citations in one of the academic styles or fully customized format


create a quick bibliography using convenient citation tools providing full bibliographic information (customizable styles)

Print or copy:

make a print out or a copy of the useful text fragment (within the limits of DRM / copyright restrictions)


add to your bookshelf your own resources (for personal use or use within his/her institution)


get the content your comments and marked passages to use in your documents



Share your bookshelf:

make available one of your catalogues to your friends - and decide for how long they should have access

Share your notes and markings:

sharing your annotations with your friends or groups of users can spark up interesting discussions


use our in-the-text forum tools to respond to the comments of other readers

Review and recommend:

recommend the book to other users of your institution, rate a publication or write a review



Create your course:

create own e-learning course and write your syllabus

Choose publications:

select sources for each class, add your comments and select page ranges

Create your own e-text:

Make your own custom-made publication by putting together sections of existing resources and adding your own content

Invite students:

make your course available to individual users or user groups


use our collaboration tools to discuss texts with your students

Monitor  and evaluate:

monitor students' progress and communicate with them