August 12, 2009
We had several teachers who requested the ability to open the web page from within the binder – essentially escape the confines of the binder. So now, in play or full screen mode, the link in the binder is a live link. Clicking on that link will take you out of the binder and to that web page.
Live Link in the Binder
Change Email Address
We also had requests to be able to change your email address. You can now do that. To change any information in your profile, just click on the link with your user name in the upper right corner of the LiveBinders page.
Link to Profile
Formatting Clean Up
We also did some formatting clean up. We noticed that teachers were creating some amazingly comprehensive binders with many subtabs like this one:
So we just made that look a little better.
Please keep those requests coming! We are thrilled with the response from teachers and want to make sure that LiveBinders works well for you.
August 1, 2009
Mr. Lester has been busy figuring out new ways to use binders in his teaching. He recently came up with the idea of using private binders for student-parent-teacher communication. A private binder can have the student’s individual goals in a place where everyone can find them. The binder can have websites and materials designed to help that student reach their goals.
We can’t show you examples of these binders because they are private. But here some more of Mr. Lester’s well-organized public binders: