Teaching with Evernote

Evernote.pngWhat is Evernote exactly? Evernote is a suite of software and services designed for notetaking and archiving. A "note" can be a piece of formatted text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten "ink" note. Teachers everywhere are utilizing the free service in their classrooms across subjects and disciplines. What educators have discovered is that Evernote is a versatile tool that can be fitted to nearly any assignment, project or short presentation.

Check out the links below to get started:

Evernote for Teachers - The official site provides account sign-ups, lesson plan ideas, case studies, instructional videos, and other "ed-helpers" to get your students started using Evernote.

Educator Rich Lambert offers a blog post "Evernote – an attempt at the definitive summary of teacher uses" to show the many ways this new tool might be used in the classroom.

Educator Rebecca Spink created a Prezi presentation "Evernote -- A Teacher's Perspective" to document how she uses the service.

Technology Integration Specialist David Andrade provides a great set of tools in his blog post "Apps and Resources that work with Evernote for School."

Educators and students alike discuss a variety of ways to use this great new tool on The Evernote for Schools Discussion Board. Check it out for ideas and inspiration.

Looking for Evernote training videos? Find a few good ones on YouTube (however, you will need to watch them off-campus)

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