Sunday, August 14, 2011
5 Tips to Starting Your Own LiveBinder
I am in the midst of starting my own LiveBinder and of course... it is never easy to make a decision...so here are some tips to get you started.
1) Who is your audience?
Here is great example of a teacher audience:
Cape Fear Handbook
Note: The School not the Movie
2. What will the user access be?
3. What is the time frame for utilizing the LiveBinder?
4. What are you going to include?
5. What type of online access will you have?
Love this Grade One example!
Access at school and at home.
So this should at least get you thinking...
Here is a BONUS TIP: Look through the other binders, this is a collaborative exercise after all.
Perhaps even...Whistle While You Work
Other Posts on this Topic
Digital Textbooks...Like Putting Lipstick on a Pig
Digital Textbooks...It's a Matter of Definition
Building a Textbook From Scratch...5 Reasons to Try LiveBinder
As always let me know what you are thinking in the comment boxes below.
Until Next Time,
Lit Maven Out!
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