Archive for the ‘Report Covers and Project Folders’ Category

How To: Keep the Classroom Organized for Substitute Teachers

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Teachers are one of the lucky few that must have a plan in place in case they cannot be in class to teach their students.

Preparing a schedule for the day is an expectation so substitute teachers can teach the class. Plans, however, do not include an orientation to the classroom, information on where things are located, etc.

C-Line’s Report Covers with Swing Clip can be a great tool to use to help keep the classroom organized and substitute teacher friendly.

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Create an Ideal Coaching Portfolio with the 8-Pocket Portfolio and Dry Erase Sheets

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Taking up new projects is something I have always enjoyed doing. A few months ago, I decided to start coaching for a grammar school volleyball team. Having only played and never coached before, I was not aware of what to expect, but I was definitely excited about the opportunity.

Within a week of signing up to coach, I was provided with a packet of documents that included emergency contact information, registration and medical information, schedules, etc. Each coach was required to have all of this information on hand for every game and practice, so I needed to get it organized quickly.

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Presentation Book Stores Travel Documents for Upcoming Trip

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

My husband and I are in the process of preparing for a 10-day trip abroad. Being a tourist in a foreign country can sometimes be overwhelming with what sites and tours are available to see.

In order to narrow down what we want to visit, I have been doing a lot of research about what our options are. Additionally, as with any trip, there are a lot of important documents that come with your confirmation paperwork once the vacation has been booked

Quickly, my carry-on luggage was getting full between all my research and our travel documents. At first, I used a project folder  to store all the information, but I thought it might be easier to organize the pages in a way that kept them more visible.

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Friday Folder Game Works Great with Project Folders

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Teachers are constantly looking for new ways to motivate students and keep them engaged in the classroom. Taking creative approaches to learning will help to reach some kids who have a tendency to get distracted.

A close friend, who is also a teacher, was recently talking to me about a new exercise that some of her coworkers had tried out in the classroom. The called it the “Friday File Folder Games” and the goal of this activity was to take a fun approach to skill practice.

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New File Jackets Have Unique Write-On Feature

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Many C-Line employees utilize our products to organize their paperwork at the office. One of the most popular products is the Write-on Project Folder. Those who use this product appreciate the full-length tab on the folder, since it provides a large area for details when labeling the file.

Since this write-on feature has proved to be so successful, our marketing department has decided on introducing a new product for 2014 that has similar qualities to the popular project folder. The Write-on Poly File Jackets are capable of providing storage and protection to your letter-size documents, while helping users properly label the file.

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The Best of 2013

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

Ready or not —- the New Year is on its way! Before 2014 gets here, C-Line would like to spend some time reflecting on some of our favorite blogs. We coordinated with staff members to select the top ten blogs of 2013. Some posts are creative, while others provide insight on some ways our products can be used.

Here is a look back on some of C-Line’s most memorable blogs this year!

1. Bake Sale Goods Identified with Hello Badges

2. Index Card Case Transforms to Unique Address Case

3. Tent Card Holders Useful During a Gym Class at School

4. Business Card Holder Works as Password Keeper

5. Reusable Envelopes Help Organize Vacation Home

6. Dry Erase Pockets – Study Aid or Packing Support?

7. No-Hole Sheet Protector is Ideal Menu Holder at Local Restaurant

8. Report Cover Creates Unique Study Tool

9. High Capacity Holder Securely Stores Vendor Information in Binders

10. A Blast From the Past: C-Line Napkin Holder

Red Project Folders Help Subdivide Larger Files

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

In the past, I have used project folders as a way to organize documents that I am currently working on. The folders will typically store information for active projects, which I general will keep on my desktop. Throughout the office, many C-Line employees take the same approach.

Recently, I have had to refer back to many older files, which appear to be less organized then I would have liked. This ends up creating time for me as I flip through all the documents, and attempt to recall where the information is that I am looking for.

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Three-Hole Punch Folders Help Organize Binders Better!

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

I use binders for almost everything. At work, I use binders to organize large trade shows, new product information and more. Using binder accessories such as sheet protectors, index dividers and three-hole punched portfolios help organize information and keep documents protected.

In the past, I typically used sheet protectors to help preserve pages and provide a more secure location for documents to be stored to ensure that they don’t fall out of the binder. My only issue was that storing documents in sheet protectors did not allow me to make notes or write directly on the pages. Instead, I seemed to be pulling pages in and out of the sheet protectors all the time.

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Multi-Section Folders Organize Show Hand-Outs

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

If you have ever attended a trade show before, you know how chaotic it can get it times. As you stroll through all the exhibitors, they continue to hand you fliers, brochures and other giveaways.  Many people throw all this information into a show bag and it is never to be seen again.

It seems like the more disorganized your show bag is, the less likely you are to refer back to it to gather information from a company you have met. When I attended a show earlier this month, I decided it was time to make an effort to keep my documents in order while I am at the show.

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Poly Port + Index Dividers are Perfect for Storing Small Reports

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

Normally, I use C-Line’s index dividers to help organize binders and keep information more accessible. Since they are three-hole punched, they fit directly in our standard three-ring binders. I can also customize the tabs, so the dividers can adapt to whatever I need them to organize.

They combination of binders and index dividers usually works out great, but I recently learned that if you do not have enough pages, the binder can seem empty. When I was asked to put together a brief training manual, I had to think of a different way to organize smaller reports.

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