Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 04/23/2010

  • LiveBinders is dedicated to helping you empower others with the information you work hard to collect.

    If you’re like us, you’ve used ‘creative’ tactics to keep track of all your links either through email, word documents or endless lists in your browser bookmarks folder. It’s hard to put a group of links together in any meaningful format. And sharing a group of URLs is cumbersome for everyone – the sender and the receiver. Have you ever looked through your bookmarks list and forgotten what they are all for?

    We created LiveBinders so that you could do with digital information what you do with the papers on your desk – organize them into nice containers – like 3-ring binders on your shelf. With our online-binders you can also upload your documents and easily combine them with your links in a neat and organized way.

    We welcome you to create as many livebinders as you need to help organize the stuff you collect and share on the Web.
    Thank you Teachers

    We have been delighted that teachers are using livebinders as a way to communicate with parents, students, and each other. We could not have done it without the feedback from our launch, and hope LiveBinders will continue to make your digital life easier. We’re still fixing bugs and adding features so please keep that feedback coming! Let us know at feedback@livebinders.com. Thanks for your help!

    Tags: collaboration, web2.0, livebinders, organization, sharing, portfolio, education, productivity

  • “teenagers, SPED, Special Education Software, ipod, videos, technology tools, Assistive Tech, interactive, Apple, Special Education, assistive technology, functional skills, high school, ipad”

    Tags: teenagers, SPED, Special Education Software, ipod, videos, technology tools, Assistive Tech, interactive, Apple, Special Education, assistive technology, functional skills, high school, ipad

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  1. Linda Rush said:

    I love the managomon blog for several months now. I will be presenting at ISTE poster session on uses of the ipod in the classroom.

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