Remove Resource Sharing Headaches

Make navigating to your resources consistently easier.

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Create a Stress-Free Resource Retrieval System

→ Consolidate all your special needs’ educational materials in one accessible place, making it incredibly simple for teachers to find what they need, when they need it.

→ Leverage colored tabs and subtabs to categorize and sort teaching handbooks, aids, IEPs, and other vital documents just the way you want them.

→ Guarantee that your teachers spend more time providing quality education and less time searching for materials through an intuitive interface that promotes easy navigation. 

→ Update and manage your material without having to reshare new resources with your team. They’ll immediately have access to the latest versions of materials through their online binders.

Why Use an Online Binder?

  • Multimedia Integration

    From text and images to webpages, videos, and audio files, embed diverse media to empower your teachers to create an immersive and engaging learning experience for their students.

  • Almost Zero Learning Curve

    With an intuitive and user-friendly interface, our online binders promote easy navigation and reduce the time spent searching for materials. This allows teachers to focus on what they do best - teach.

  • Selective Sharing Options

    Share resources easily among your teachers, but maintain control over who can access and edit each binder with our exclusive access controls. Unintentional changes in documents and other mishaps are a thing of the past.

  • Updates in Real-Time

    Never worry about outdated information as our online binders allow for real-time updates, ensuring the latest and most accurate resources are always available to your teachers. Forget about countless document versions, confusing file names, and disorganized folders.

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New employees to our team think this tool is the best thing since sliced bread!!

Keith Holcomb


Project Assistant Healthy Social Behaviors Initiative at Child Care Resources, Inc

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LiveBinders had just come out and I was so excited because it was something that was better than just some kind of a list kind of thing. I discovered very early on that one of the things I love about LiveBinders is the fact that I can create one on the fly if I need to.

Susan Brooks-Young


Education Tech Specialist and Published Author and Speaker

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In a large district with 75 schools soon to be 85, LiveBinders will be even more than a tool but a critical component in our ability to stay organized.

Kimberly Sinclair


Dyslexia Program Director for Aldine ISD

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We really appreciate LiveBinders and how much they enhance our productivity at a time when we don't really know from one day to the next if we're working from home or in the office. It has really been invaluable to our organization, so thanks so much!

Larissa A. Cline


Assistant Director, 21st Century Programs Muskingum Valley ESC

How Online Binders Work

  1. Sign up for a FREE LiveBinders account to get started on building your first digital binder (yes, the first one is on us!)
  2. Upload all the special needs' materials your teachers need to access (presentations, documents, instructional videos, or other!) or embed web pages and links.
  3. Structure your binder by coloring tabs and adding instructions for each tab. These can include guidelines, objectives, and any other information related to the resources in that tab.
  4. Share your binder with your special needs department or individual teachers by simply sending them the eBinder URL or embedding it on your LMS or website.
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A Better Way to Organize, Access and Share

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