Welcome to Evernote!
Why Evernote?

Photo by Heisenberg Media
It’s For All Your Devices
The Interface May Change,
But the Concept is the Same
Four Main Types of Notes

Photo from Joe Ross
There Are Two Main Ways
to Categorize Notes
Notebooks

Photo by Ruud Hein
Tags
Sharing is Caring
Flow of Information
Create a New
Note
Text

Picture
Audio
PDF

File the Note

Find & Share
Notes

Put it in a
Notebook

Us...
Access Everything, Everywhere

Online

Offline
Email Makes it Easy
Clip It to Read It Later
Keep Everything in One Place

Photo by Contri
Assess Students on the Fly
Blog With or For Your Class

Photo from the Evernote Blog
Evernote is for Students Too!

Photo by The Unquiet Library
More Possibilities With Evernote
Scan & File
Documents, Receipts,
and Business Cards

Take Meeting Minutes

Create Reminde...
Resources for Further Learning
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Evernote for Educators

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Evernote is a simple, but incredible powerful tool. We're going to explore some of the ways educators can harness its power in and out of the classroom.

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Evernote for Educators

  1. 1. Welcome to Evernote!
  2. 2. Why Evernote? Photo by Heisenberg Media
  3. 3. It’s For All Your Devices
  4. 4. The Interface May Change, But the Concept is the Same
  5. 5. Four Main Types of Notes Photo from Joe Ross
  6. 6. There Are Two Main Ways to Categorize Notes
  7. 7. Notebooks Photo by Ruud Hein
  8. 8. Tags
  9. 9. Sharing is Caring
  10. 10. Flow of Information Create a New Note Text Picture Audio PDF File the Note Find & Share Notes Put it in a Notebook Use the search function Categorize it with tags Share it with others
  11. 11. Access Everything, Everywhere Online Offline
  12. 12. Email Makes it Easy
  13. 13. Clip It to Read It Later
  14. 14. Keep Everything in One Place Photo by Contri
  15. 15. Assess Students on the Fly
  16. 16. Blog With or For Your Class Photo from the Evernote Blog
  17. 17. Evernote is for Students Too! Photo by The Unquiet Library
  18. 18. More Possibilities With Evernote Scan & File Documents, Receipts, and Business Cards Take Meeting Minutes Create Reminders and attach your notes to them Save recipes and generate grocery lists Save and write all over any webpage or document Create collaborative to-do lists
  19. 19. Resources for Further Learning • • • • • • • • • Evernote for Teachers Official Evernote App Center (pictured in the last slide) 10 Ways for Teachers to Get Organized With Evernote (video) Teaching with Evernote: A 6th and 8th Grade Science Teacher Shares His Top Tips (Back-to-School Series) 5 Quick Tips on Getting Organized at School with Evernote Collecting Assessment Data with Evernote Quick Tip Friday: Emailing Into Your Evernote Account Going Paperless: Scanning to Evernote, Revisited Resources mentioned: Evernote Web Clipper, Postach.io
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