Here is a link to my LiveBinder: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=1390942
Live Binder Instructions
1. Sign up for free at Livebinder.com
2. Fill out basic information like the name of the binder, the description and whether you want it to be private or public.
3. You begin with a binder with one tab. If you click the arrow next to each tab, you can pull down a drop down menu and choose if you would like a new tab, sub tab, set the tab color, or move the tab left or right.
4. To change the template of the tab and possibly add text, go to the upper left hand side of the page and click "add content". You can choose from a variety of templates.
5. You can click on Binder settings to add a cover photo to the binder.
· You can definitely use this tool to present a detailed study guide to student before a test
· You have the opportunity to embed websites and media combined with text.
· You can set the privacy of your binder or collaborate with other Livebinder account holders.
· The site is kinda slow. Also, if you are trying to change something it can be tricky.
· The default for each tab is a webpage default. It took me quite some time to figure out that I can change the template
· Due to the fact that it is so time consuming, I do not thing it could be utilized on a regular basis.
This blog is designed as a resource for CURR 501, Media Literacy, Popular Culture and Education at Rhode Island College, summer 2014. The course is driven by the essential question: How is new media and digital culture produced and consumed in ways that help us understand ourselves and each other in the context of the current educational landscape?
Thursday, July 3, 2014
On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 8:04 AM, Sarah Rockwell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: