Here is a lovely example of how I may use this nifty website in my 9th grade classes. At our school, 9th grade focuses on Romeo and Juliet and the Odyssey. These two texts can be tough, and the reality is, if we aren't reading out loud in class, many of the texts or portions of the book get skipped. This is a nice way to encourage to students to listen online and follow along in their text.
Here, I have attached the Google Calendar I am currently using in my debate class. The calendar is either directly linked with a URL or the class website or is embedded into the website. It is a little different for each class/grade. I try to get a feel for a class, and do what works best for them.
Here, I have attached a shortened URL http://goo.gl/rSDH1Y. This is much easier to share with students rather than, http://www.pubwire.com/DownloadDocs/PDFiles/SHAKESPR/TRAGEDY/RMEOJLET.PDF. I'm not sure how often I will be using a shortened URL's within my classroom. For the most part, I attach URL's to my class website or using Schoology. These have the option (like in weebly) to create a link within my text. So often, it will simply say: Click here for a PDF version of Romeo and Juliet.
I also created an Evernote Sample note and shared it with firstname.lastname@example.org. I have heard a lot of "hype" about Evernote, but I am not sure that it is totally practical for me to use on a regular basis. I use a number of other Google products, which serve the same purpose as Evernote. The only feature that looks intriguing to me, are the to-do list capabilities. It seems practical and quite helpful for organization. This is the one aspect of the website that I may use in the future.
I have never used Livebinder myself, but our district has used it for document collection and organization. I found a binder related to persuasive writing, which is the root of debate. I also found a number of binders which had already been created with evidence for debate topics. I included a couple of specific examples on my Face of the Classroom website, but also included note to student to search their resolution on Livebinder, and see if they could find any evidence that had already been compiled to help them.