Digital Classroom Library

Digital Content Repository

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Follett MyDestiny™ gives students and educators unlimited, 24/7 access to diverse, high-quality, multi-use eBooks, vetted resources, and learning tools.

Follett MyDestiny™ is your one-stop source for:

  • 50,000 diverse, high-quality, multi-user eBooks
  • 100,000 educator-vetted resources that are continually updated and checked nightly
  • 24/7 access for educators and students anywhere

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Empower educators and students.

  • Send or receive real-time feedback with assessments and analytics.
  • Ensure students have the tools to build background knowledge and improve reading comprehension.
  • Find the standards-aligned content you need fast with personalized recommendations.
  • Share lessons and resources with a colleague, the whole class, or one student for independent learning.
  • Seamlessly connect resources through integration with leading learning management systems and Follett Destiny®.
  • Go beyond training with professional development designed to improve student achievement.


Be a literacy hero for students.

Adapt to wherever and whenever learning happens with confidence. With Follett MyDestiny™, you can offer educators and families 24/7 access to safe, high-quality content from anywhere.

Stop managing content.

Eliminate countless hours of managing vendors and formats. Supplement your lesson plans with multi-user fiction and nonfiction eBooks from top publishers.

Find what you need – fast.

Follett MyDestiny™ makes personalized recommendations for teachers and students, ensuring the content provided aligns with standards, supports any curriculum, and meets their diverse needs.

Get immediate feedback.

Analyze and connect in real time. Receive detailed analytics to measure student performance. New connections to leading learning management systems are continually being added to expand your view of students’ day-to-day learning.

Expect empowerment, not just support.

Follett MyDestiny™ professional development sessions give educators resources and insight into the latest research-based practices for improving student achievement.


Is the content aligned to national and state standards?

Yes, Follett MyDestiny™ stays up to date with the latest national and state standards.

The books and Open Educational Resources (OERs) in Follett MyDestiny are tagged by the content topic. This surfaces the most relevant content through the artificial intelligence in Follett MyDestiny when an educator has specified the standards being targeted.

The system also displays reading levels and interest levels when an educator or student looks up a particular book or OER.

The educator has all the tools and information needed to align the content and activities in a lesson with any content and skill standards being targeted.



What subject areas and grades can Follett MyDestiny™ cover?

Follett has long-standing relationships with multiple publishers and is able to continually acquire engaging content for Grades 3-12 in science, social studies, and English language arts (ELA).

Support for reading comprehension skills is incorporated throughout the content areas, as building deep background knowledge is correlated with greater reading growth and reading ability.

Follett MyDestiny will be your go-to for enjoyable nonfiction and fiction!



Can the content be differentiated?

Yes, teachers can choose a topic in Follett MyDestiny™ and find a variety of interest levels within that topic to enable differentiation.

Publishers work with a variety of reading level programs, such as Lexile®, or Fountas & Pinnell, for leveling their books, and filtering tools enable teachers and students to search for and identify texts at different interest levels so that content can be differentiated for every learner.

It is important to consider not only the reading level but also the interest level and the background knowledge of a student when selecting the right text complexity for a particular student.

The variety of interest levels also lends itself to the importance of read-alouds above reading level for building background knowledge orally, as well as guided reading for small group instruction and independent reading for practice.



Does Follett MyDestiny™ support remote learning, distance learning, eLearning and hybrid learning?

Yes, Follett MyDestiny™ is 100% web-based and can be used for all kinds of distance learning, either as a standalone solution or in conjunction with your learning management system (LMS). Follett MyDestiny™ is compatible with computers, tablets, and phones, giving remote students the ability to complete their work on just about any internet-connected device they have at home.

Educators can work collaboratively to develop and share online courses. Unit, plus lesson and assessment development tools, along with access to over 50,000 eBooks and 100,000 vetted Open Educational Resources (OERs), enable teachers to create engaging, interactive courses.

Follett MyDestiny™ supports whole-class, small group, and independent learning. Educators can identify texts and resources, and embed activities that can be shared synchronously with an entire class.

Teachers can also differentiate texts, resources, and activities for groups of students, including students who may need additional support – English Language Learners and special education students, as well as students working above grade level.

Integration with leading learning management systems supports students in collaborative interaction on assignments and projects. Lesson components can also be pushed out to students for asynchronous independent learning and practice. 

Embedded tools support all instructional formats and student engagement, including eReader highlighter, notes, dictionary lookup, and text-to-speech.


5 Ideas to Boost Independent Reading

Encouraging independent reading with middle and high school students is an important goal of English teachers.

The joy, the fun of a new book, of curling up to read and get lost in a story. All parts of a language arts class start with reading. As teachers implement whole class novels, literature circles and paired passages, they also encourage independent reading.

10 Special Reading Activities Families Can Do Together

As we get ready to celebrate within our community, I have been thinking a lot about how the love of reading and connection to wonderful books, supports early reading and writing skills, strengthens vocabulary development, and gives our littles the skills and confidence needed as they prepare for success in school. 

Keeping Literacy Alive Through Book Clubs

One of my favorite things I’m part of in my school is our Project LIT Community chapter. Our book club meets the last Friday of every month, during school, to discuss our diverse books of the month and work towards our community service project. Some months our group is large, and other months our group is small but mighty.

Literacy and a Love of Reading During eLearning: Let Me Tell You About the 20 Book Challenge

With the new school year starting and so much uncertainty, it’s easy to be overwhelmed and wonder what is worth putting the time into and what is going to be a waste of time. What can I build/find/use that will work for all the potential scenarios that could arise this year?

Free Bookmarks Download

Help your students express their love for books with fun heart and star bookmarks.


Started by Jillian Heise during the 2014-15 school year, #ClassroomBookADay was inspired by Donalyn Miller's (@donalynbooks) #bookaday challenge. With a goal to read aloud a picture book every day of the school year with her 7th & 8th grade students, 180 complete texts were shared that helped grow classroom community and reading engagement. After sharing it at #nErDcampMI that summer, other teachers wanted to try it. 

Free Classroom Library Tools!

Follett is giving away tools to help you plan and organize your classroom library. Download our classroom library checklist, book bin/shelf cards and classroom posters! All you have to do is complete the form below.