Since opening their respective LiveBinders accounts, Susie Tiggs and Chris Tabb have curated and shared resources across over 300 binders to empower the Texas school system and their deaf and blind communities. Learn how 2 of Susie’s binders caught our attention, how app smashing in a digital binder enabled communities as far away as England to work together to quickly meet the challenges and urgent needs of all students during the COVID 19 pandemic, and why incorporating DHH and BVI practices fits naturally in a UDL program.

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Susan Brooks-Young started sharing resources on digital literacy back in 2011 in her online digital binder called Building Blocks for Digital Citizenship.  Initially the subject occupied a single tab titled "Truth Matters" where Susan shared teaching resources to help students learn how to identify authentic information from fabrication.

9 years later and it is clear that it isn't just our students who face this challenge. Everyday on trusted apps and websites, consumers are bombarded with an array of truths, misinformation and now a new term: disinformation. Most of us don't have the skill set to recognize the differences between them.

Please join us on this fascinating topic where podcast co-host Linda Houle and I learn how LiveBinders became exactly what Susan needed. We also dive into the topic of misinformation vs disinformation, why fake news isn't even news, and how we can all recognize our own echo chambers.

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Joy Kirr embarks on another "passion project" since her successful launch of her Genius Hour binder. This time she is tackling the slippery subject of racial inequality. Listen to this vulnerable and engaging conversation she shares with Linda Houle and I as explore what it means to be anti-racist.

Long before Covid19 transformed the landscape of classroom teaching, LiveBinders users John Dahlgren and Peggy Hohensee were figuring out how to better navigate their college institution's learning management system. Both had one objective in mind: to make it easier for students to find their class materials. Learn how LiveBinders helped their students become more engaged and self-sufficient learners.

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Fascinating podcast about the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework to improve and optimize education with Fred Cochran from the San Joaquin County Office of Education.  We'll hear about his motivation for creating his UDL Toolkit binder and simple strategies that anyone can adopt to motivate and engage your audience.

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Elizabeth Kahn's Hurricane Katrina LiveBinder reveals a compelling narrative at the Patrick F. Taylor Sci and Tech Academy in Jefferson Parish, LA. For the first time, a generation of students are growing up without any knowledge of the natural disaster that displaced a million people in a matter of hours. You'll learn how Elizabeth builds a body of resources that reveal a startling truth; who is the custodian of history in a digital world?


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