Every Tuesday, I will review a web tool or app that can help you in your library. Today's Ed Tech Tuesday focus is a LiveBinders review. I've recently started using LiveBinders and I must say it is pretty cool. It's a virtual three ring binder - basically like bookmarks on your browser that you can share with the world (or just those you choose to share them with.)
I am using LiveBinders for several purposes, but my favorite is for training presentations. I can talk about dozens of websites during my presentation, but no one has to take notes. All they have to do is go to my LiveBinders page to see every resource I discussed in my presentation. LiveBinders can also incorporate MS Word documents and PDF files. LiveBinders is also a great place to store links when I'm planning my library lesson plans!
School librarians can use LiveBinders to share links with students. Just save your LiveBinder to the desktop, or create a link on your school library website! Best of all, it's free! Give LiveBinders a try today.
Let me know how you are using LiveBinders in the comments.