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Stories

Rhonda Phillips

“My loaded Content Literacy LiveBinder doesn't disappear after their course is over. It's always available for them to access the multitude of help provided for their professional development.”
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-- Rhonda Phillips
Deborah B. Ford

“I use LiveBinders to keep all of the booktalks in one place. Teachers and librarians can easily locate appropriate titles, as tabs are color-coded by interest level. Everything they need to teach the book is located in one place. In addition, as I discover new resources, I can quickly add them to the binder.”
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-- Deborah B. Ford
Faraja Thompson

“I created this LiveBinder to curate engaging content about copyright law and censorship, so that my students can see the relevance of these topics to their work, for themselves--they no longer have to take my word for it. ”
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-- Faraja Thompson

Case Studies

Georgia Law Library

“Before we started using LiveBinders, a teacher would call or email me and say 'I’m getting ready to teach about juvenile justice, what can you send me?' We’d look through our resources and email or mail them, which was incredibly labor-intensive. Now I can just keep the LiveBinders updated and teachers can access them any time they want.”
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Finland Wordle

LiveBinders was the only tool Gelfgren tried that was able to bring far-flung web resources together under one roof while offering features that would make tracking views and sharing content straightforward. According to Gelfgren, “LiveBinders was an easier way for me to organize links into a simple system where all the links could be found in one place. LiveBinders was also used as a dissemination channel. When working with EU projects, it is very important to show dissemination evidence, and this was easily done as you show views per binder.”
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S.U.P.E.R. librarians

“All these new resources keep popping up - how do we organize and present them in a way that teachers can access the right resources, and understand how they apply to Common Core?” said Mary Jo Matousek, Media Center Director at Meridian Middle School. “In other words, how do we enable teachers to shift their focus from adapting to common core, and back to teaching? We do it by essentially curating the web for them.”
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