Evernote For Every Literacy

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  • 1. Evernote for Every Literacy
    Supporting Transliteracy in Student Research with Evernote
    Buffy J. Hamilton, Ed.S.
    Librarian
    http://theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com
  • 2. Defining Transliteracy
    http://nlabnetworks.typepad.com/transliteracy/
    Transliteracy is the ability to read, write and interact across a range of platforms, tools and media from signing and orality through handwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digital social networks.
  • 3. Evernote for organizing multiple authoritative sources of information and learning artifacts
    Students can bookmark and archive traditional information sources, such as database articles
    Students can bookmark and archive web based information sources
    Students can import scans of original artwork and handwritten creations
  • 4. Evernote for organizing multiple authoritative sources of information and learning artifacts
    Students can import a blog post or other item they have received in Google Reader from a RSS feed directly from Google Reader to Evernote
    Students can bookmark, archive, and/or import multimedia such as videos, images, and voice memos
    Students can import emails
  • 5. Bookmark web based resources
    Students can easily “clip” and bookmark entire text-based web pages or sections of web pages as well as database articles
  • 6. Bookmark videos
    Students can easily “clip” or bookmark videos from the web
  • 7. Bookmark photos
    Students can easily “clip” or bookmark photos from CC licensed photo sources like Flickr
  • 8. Import photographs
    Students who have the mobile version such as Evernote for iPhone or iPod Touch can use the app to capture photographs from an interview or on the fly of items of interest during research
  • 9. Import scans and original work
    Students can scan or photograph and import handwritten notes or even original artwork
  • 10. Import RSS feed items, such as blog posts, directly into Evernote
    Add a blog post or any other RSS feed based item directly from Google Reader to Evernote
  • 11. Twitter and Evernote
    Students can easily import Tweets from authoritative sources on Twitter to an Evernote notebook
  • 12. Mobile reading=mobile bookmarking to Evernote
    Students can read information sources such as Associated Press news articles (through a free app) via an iPod Touch or iPhone and easily post to an Evernote notebook
  • 13. Capture and import voice memos
    Capture information using the voice note feature in Evernote for iPhone
  • 14. Share your Evernote notebook with the world
    Share a notebook publicly via URL or RSS feed to embed in an information dashboard created with a public tool like Netvibes
  • 15. Students can read, write, and organize the world through many lenses and multiple literacies with Evernote
  • 16. For more information
    http://theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com/