What Happened to Slader?

If you’re looking for answers to textbook questions, you might have heard of Slader. Students who used Slader were able to submit answers & explanations for textbook questions, which can in turn be used by other students who may be stumped on that section.

Slader Acquired by Quizlet

Recently, you’ll notice, if you try to access Slader you will be redirected to Quizlet. This is because Slader was acquired by Quizlet on March 25th 2021.

What was Slader?

Slader was created in 2009 to allow students to network with each other & collaborate on homework. The site facilitated the creation of user-generated content designed to help (mostly high-school students) overcome difficulties with homework. The crowd-sourced over 2 million problems/solutions for 90% of top high school textbooks. Slader was a “freemium” service, with most users accessing the basic data for free with ads.

What replaced Slader

Quizlet now hosts all the same content that was previously hosted by Slader. Any old bookmarks you may have saved will be redirected to Quizlet.


What is Quizlet?

Quizlet is similar to Slader, but offers a much wider array of services such as flashcards, study guides, tutoring, and more. It has become so popular, you can often get help from quizlet content simply by Googling your topic + the word “quizlet”. Of course, creating an account and inputting your course information will get you the best recommendations for what to study.

Is Quizlet Free?

Yes, as of 2022, it is free to create a Quizlet account & access content with ads. You can also pay for a premium subscription for a few dollars per month and eliminate ads on the study material.

How Much is Quizlet Plus?

Quizlet plus is $35.99 per year or about $3/month. They also offer a free 7-day trial.

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