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  • 1. Evernote WorkshopMARCH 2012
  • 2. What is Evernote?Capture multiple forms ofinformationOrganize and share your notesSearch your notes by keyword, title,tag
  • 3. What can I put inEvernote?Notes and research Resources via social mediaWeb pages clips Ink scribbles or handwrittenTask and to-dos graphic organizers in a notepadPhotos of whiteboards Camera phone snapshotsEmails
  • 4. Evernote featuresTake notesRecord whats happeningOrganize your filesAccess your PDF’s, imagesMake PDFs smarterPowerful search functionalityPortability
  • 5. One Account, ManyDevicesDownload software for yourPC or MacMobile devicesWeb clipper (Chrome,Firefox, Explorer)
  • 6. Evernote uses ineducationBefore classPlan and organize your classes with tagsProfessional developmentClassroom templatesPrepare for your absenceShare information with your colleagues
  • 7. Evernote uses in educationDuring class After classShare a notebook with your Simplify gradingclass Keep yourWhiteboard photos extracurriculars in orderKeep handouts handy
  • 8. Evernote terminologyNote : A single item stored in Evernote.Notebook : A container for notes.Sync : The process by which your Evernote notesare kept up to date across all of your computers,phones, devices and the Web.Account : A username and password that allowsEvernote to identify your notes and make themavailable to you anywhere.
  • 9. And there’s moreEvernote has the ability torecognise printed andhandwritten text withinsnapshots and imagesAdd it to your Evernoteaccount give it a few minutesto process and then searchfor the text.
  • 10. How information isorganised in EvernoteNotes: Everything added to Evernote is saved as a note. You can have asmany notes as you like. Each notes can contain text, images, audio, PDFs,digital ink, and attached files(Evernote Premium only).Notebooks: Notes are organized within notebooks. New accounts start witha single notebook. You can create as many notebooks as you like. You mayalso choose to share notebooks; shared notebooks have RSS feeds.Tags: Tags are keywords, or labels, that you manually associate with a note.Notes can have multiple tags. Assign the same tags to notes on similartopics, and you will be able to quickly filter your notes later using thosetags.
  • 11. How Information Isorganised in EvernoteAttributes: Attributes are auto-generated information about notes. Theseinclude creation dates; note contents, such as file attachments and to-docheckboxes; and information on the source of the note –whether it wasemailed in or clipped from the web.Saved Search: If you find yourself performing the same search over andover, you should create a Saved Search. Put in all your search criteria, thensave it. Now you can repeat the search without having to re-enter thecriteria. A Saved Search may contain any combination of keywords, tags,and other filters.
  • 12. How To Get YourEvernote EmailSign in to your account via the web atwww.evernote.comGo to “settings”Scroll down to “Emailing for Evernote”Grab your email address
  • 13. Evernote uses fromother educatorshttp://www.russgoerend.com/2010/09/one-of-essentials-in-reading-this-year.htmlhttp://blog.evernote.com/2011/01/13/10-tips-for-teachers-using-evernote-education-series/http://blog.evernote.com/2010/12/15/10-evernote-tips-for-school-education-series/