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Whether you're standing in the front of a classroom, sitting behind a student desk or working in an administration office, it's important to keep papers, notebooks and documents organized. Finding and retrieving information quickly is the key to successfully navigating through various tasks. With plenty of organization solutions available, it's a breeze to add order to filing systems, desktops and backpacks.
A pocket folder provides a simple solution for organizing papers. Available in an array of colors and materials, from paper to leatherette to polypropylene, pocket portfolios take up minimal desk and shelf space. Some pocket portfolios include a handy, built-in business card holder. Portfolios made with more durable materials, such as polypropylene, can often hold a larger quantity of papers than their paper counterparts and are more durable.
Binders provide a simple paperwork storage solution and come in many sizes to suit your needs. If your binders are stored on a shelf, look for spine label holders that identify which one has the documents needed. Inside pockets provide added storage space, and sheet lifters help make sure papers aren't damaged by the binder's rings.
Dividers And Tabs
Dividers and tabs help you organize documents within your binder more easily, so you can find what you need in a flash. Look for tabbed dividers that are easy to label, or consider untabbed dividers for extra flexibility.
Important documents can be exposed to challenging conditions, even in a binder. Sheet protectors help shield against dirt, liquids and other dangers, so documents stay legible.
File Folders and Portfolios
Need to archive student records and other information? Put files into separate file folders, which utilize different tab positions and label holders, so it's easy to identify contents and view header information when placed in a filing cabinet. Portfolios are perfect for handing in end-of-semester reports.