We want to see you succeed. LiveBinders is taking the binder concept and continually improving it to be a leader in the next generation of content sharing. We want to help you go paperless and be on the cutting edge of efficiency. LiveBinders is the product of a close collaboration with our user community. We believe you are on the front lines of information sharing and we want to help you keep ahead of the pack. Ask us for help and we are there.
We created LiveBinders so that you could do with digital information what you do with the piles of papers on your desk - organize them into nice presentable containers - like 3-ring binders on your shelf.
With our online binders you can combine all of your cloud documents, website links and upload your desktop documents - to then easily access, share, and update your binders from anywhere.
Information is communicated better and more often retained when organized in visual portfolio. LiveBinders is the only cloud-based document that lets you view other online media and uploaded documents in context.
With all of the information available online today, curated content is a very important part of filtering through a vast body of resources. But real curation involves a personal perspective, not an impersonal algorithm.
We understand that you are a valuable resource for your network of colleagues, clients, and students. LiveBinders is your way to curate all the content you collect and make it easily available for your audience. Create a shelf of your binders and embed them right on your web page where visitors can easily access your impressive library of resources.
A big thank you to our educators, business managers, consultants, trainers, and administrators who are using LiveBinders to curate and organize their resources for clients, colleagues and students. All of your stories, request and discoveries have helped us make LiveBinders better. Please keep your feedback coming! Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your help!
"I was able to put together this livebinder with everything we needed
in less than 2 hours. The great thing is that we could send it out ahead of
time for those who like previews, we used it as our presentation tool today
and it serves as a resource for staff as they think about projects for which
they could utilize minigroup. Wow, what a great education tool!
"I love Livebinders. It is such an easy tool to use and the uses are endless."
-- Steven Anderson - Blogging About the web 2.0 Connected Classroom
"Really, one of the best parts of LiveBinders is how easy and intuitive the application operates."
-- David Chan - Chanatown - LiveBinders - ePortfolios done easy
"FINALLY got around to creating my first LiveBinder. And I love it!"
-- Marie Slim - LibrarySlim blog
"Think of Livebinders as a virtual 3 ring binder that you can put pretty much anything in. Webpage, PDF, image, video, text: they all can go into a page organized for you. Each item can be on it’s own tab or you can further organize by using sub-tabs. You can even put LiveBinders inside LiveBinders inside LiveBinders!!"
-- Melissa Edwards - The Inspired Classroom
"Dear @LiveBinders. I set up my account yesterday. It was love at first click. I'm working on my first binder now...Thx for such a cool tool!"
-- @carolynstarkey on Twitter
"I’ve seen examples shared on twitter and have started following @livebinders there - but while searching for materials for a course project I remembered I had saved a few of them as examples - then I started to look through what was available on the livebinders site that folks were sharing… and was AMAZED :) (I feel like I’m a selling snuggies here :)"
-- Alana Callan - Alana Learns About Educational Technology
"This web 2.0 tool is easy to use and becomes a Techbook instead of a Notebook for teaching."
-- David Wetzel's "5 Reasons Why You Should Use LiveBinders" from the Teach Science and Math blog
"I LOVE LiveBinders. I have set up 5 already, some for me, some for my students."
-- Kit McCormick
"Try out a new web tool. One of my favorites right now is LiveBinders.com. This website works a lot like social bookmarking sites that let you save links to share with others, but the big difference is that the sharing of links through this site is visual."
-- Jim Knight - Radical Learners Blog
"Seems like I always find the best sites late at night and I've done it again. I love the idea of LiveBinders. Basically, it is a "3-ring binder" online. You can make your own binder over a unit you teach complete with videos online, websites you use, documents you hand out, and your own notes."
-- Carlisle Middle School Blog
Nice, Nice, Baby (LiveBinder’s)
(A parody of "Ice, Ice, Baby")
Alright stop, collaborate and listen
LiveBinders-the perfect invention
Something grabs my attention on the net
Need to save it easily, yes, you bet.
Create a Binder and stash that link
Coordinate the pages so my stuff’s in sync
To the extreme, I rock the net like Al Gore
Light up the binder, saving objects galore...
From Mike Fisher's blog - Digigoy