How to Use Evernote

Evernote Mac Guide

Evernote Guide



Evernote Blog

Evernote for Research (an example)

How my Students Started Using Evernote

by Buffy Hamilton @ Evernote Blog, Education Series

How to Create a Portfolio with Evernote by

by Rob Van Nood @Evernote, Education Series

How Things Changed with Evernote by Steven Anderson @Web2.0Classroom Blog

Elana Leoni's (@Edutopia) Tweet from #iste12 on 6/26/2012:
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Remember Everything Resources for how to use Evernote in your classroom and in schools.

The idea behind Evernote is it is designed to be your lifelong repository for your life.

Evernote ties all of our information gathering together. Snipping sites, taking notes, sharing ideas.

Evernote is designed for the 1-1 BYOD environment in that it works on everything, anywhere.
Evernote allows us to make the technology choices that matter to us because it works every where.

Evernote allows us to create, collect, and collaborate. Its a digital binder, but more.

Anything can be made into a note. Photos, livescribe, notes, clips, etc.

How Life Changed When I Started Using Evernote:

Use IFTTT to make it more powerful.

Using Evernote to create portfolios:

Shannon Miller Using Evernote In Second Grade:

Nick Provenzano Using Evernotne In High School English: