You don’t need to rely on the internet to catch up on your e-reading, because there are many ways to take content offline these days.

Let’s see how you can save your reading material for offline use from your browser. We’ll use Chrome as an example here, but these solutions work just as well for any other browser unless they involve a Chrome extension of course.

Source: How to Set Up Google Chrome for Offline Reading of Books

It seems that internet access is available everywhere, but we have to remember that some of our students will not have internet access when they go home. Learning how to take content offline, and how to create content that can be taken offline, is important for these kids.

Here is a list of ways you or students can take content offline and use without an internet connection.