We have added a few new features to LiveBinders:
Share a shelf – You can easily share an author’s collection of public binders. Just click on the author’s name (or your name) under a binder, you will then see their shelf page with all their public binders. On the right will be a url that you can send to anyone:
Add description to profile – You can now add a description to your profile with your website or blog link. This description will show up when someone clicks on your name:
Private binders identified – You can now see at a glance which of your binders are private on your “My Binders” shelf. They will be identified with this “Private” icon:
Easier to upload files – We have made the file upload interface easier to use. Although we support uploading multiple file types, pdfs and .jpgs are the ones that will show up inside the browser most reliably. Microsoft Office file types will only show up inside the binder in Internet Explorer.
Thank you to the LiveBinders users who reported bugs and requested features! Please continue to let us know how to make LiveBinders better for you.
Teaching Critical Thinking Skills
We had two teachers develop binders this month to help their student think critically when researching information on the web:
Read Beth’s blog post on this binder.
You may also want to check out our recent blog post: “10 Great Ways that Educators are using LiveBinders”.