This post gives step-by-step instructions for accessing my Resource library via email. I’ve recently changed how these are accessed on my website and there is a little bit of initial set up and a learning curve to it.
That said, I am confident that having these items delivered directly to your inbox every week, along with my recent blog posts will be more convenient for you! You’ll be able to see what I’ve recently posted and access all my printables from one spot – your inbox!
All the printables I offer are free and I share them on my Resource Library page. They coincide with my singing time lesson plans posts and are available when you enter your email address on website.
Access to my Resource Library is only available via email.
You hopefully noticed all my lesson plans that contain printables now have this bit of vital information at the bottom of each post:
Clicking on the ACCESS RESOURCE LIBRARY button leads you to this pop up:
You will always be instructed to enter your information when you click on the ACCESS RESOURCE LIBRARY. Once you’ve already done that, you cannot click on this button again to be re-directed to my Resource Library. You must then check your email to get the link.
So after you’ve entered your information, you will be taken to a Thank You page:
It instructs you to check your email, along with what to do if you didn’t receive an email. If the email doesn’t arrive in your inbox, check your spam folder! I’ve found my emails initially go there.
If there’s nothing in your spam folder, make sure to add my email address as a contact then send me a direct email. I’ll send everything to you to you manually. I’m really good about responding to you in a timely manner (especially Sunday morning!). And don’t ever worry about bothering me – I love to help!
I have noticed that email addresses that are not a standard email account (like gmail) have a hard time accepting my emails.
Once you do receive my emails, this is what it looks like if you are requesting access for my Resource Library:
Click on that green Resource Library button in the email and you will be re-directed to my Resource Library (YAY!):
Once you are on this page, you will want to bookmark it somehow.
All web browsers are different with how to bookmark pages. But it’s usually a “Bookmark” setting in the corner of the page that will ask you where you’d like to save the bookmark.
If you don’t want to bookmark the page, either save the original email with the link OR each week in my weekly updates email, I include the link to my Resource Library and Singing Time Schedules:
Once you’ve got the initial set up going, I know this will make accessing my content SO convenient for you! Now you receive all my latest blog posts every week, right along with my Resource Library.
Okay, so once you’ve got access to my Resource Library, I’ve got everything neatly filed ;). So remember this blurb that started you in this mess? ;):
The sentence under the button (I’ve highlighted it yellow above) tells you where a specific printable is filed. This particular printable is located under Category Title > Interactive Bookshelf > The Book of Mormon.
TIP: Do not use the search bar at the top to search for items in my Resource Library. That search bar is searching my entire website and will take you out of my Resource Library.
Instead try Control/Command “F” to bring up the “find” box on your computer (this does not work on your phone). Type in what you are trying to find and what you need will be highlighted.
So on my Resource Library page, you’ll scroll under “Category Title.” If you are viewing it on a desktop, there are 2 columns, a “Song Title” column and a “Category Title” column. If you are viewing on mobile, there is one column. To get to the “Category Title” you’ll need to scroll past the “Song Title” information until you come to the “Category Title.”
From there, you scroll down to “I” for Interactive Bookshelf and there it is:
Click on that link and you will be taken to the Google Drive folder where you can click on “The Book of Mormon” folder:
And that brings you to the printables where you can print what you need:
I hope this helps clarify how to access my Resource Library and Singing Time Schedule. As always, if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me!