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“There is no delight in owning anything unshared.” — Seneca

December 14, 2010

Our latest sharing feature allows you to share your resources via email and through your favorite social networking websites.

Here’s how our new sharing widget will appear on your course, unit, lesson, and file pages:

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Given the popularity of Twitter and Facebook and the overall utility of email, we’ve included links to these services on top. Hit “Share” and you’ll see hundreds of other popular ways to share your resources. For example: as a bookmark on Delicious; as a memory on Evernote; or as an update on LinkedIn. Once you share publicly, anyone can view your post, but they will need to log in to their own BetterLesson account in order to download your work.

We hope our new sharing widget helps you reach educators beyond your BetterLesson network, post your creative resources to popular social networking sites, and find even more great educational content for your own curriculum. Please share your thoughts on this new feature by submitting feedback on the site, emailing us at feedback@betterlesson.org, or of course, via Twitter or Facebook. Share on!

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One Comment
  1. andrewdrane permalink

    All of us on the BetterLesson team have been waiting for this day for a long time. It’s tremendously exciting that we can now share great content with anybody.There are so many amazing educators who have shared their content, here are two courses from our fellows that I’ve enjoyed perusing recently:Randy Friedland – http://betterlesson.org/course/3398/fifth-grade-social-studiesTamara Shear – http://betterlesson.org/course/1954/6th-grade-math

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