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This presentation will give you a quick overview of Evernote as well as ideas for using Evernote to support your Extension career.

This presentation will give you a quick overview of Evernote as well as ideas for using Evernote to support your Extension career.

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  • 1. Welcome!Evernote:Remember everythingduring your ExtensioncareerStan Skrabut, Ed.D.@uwcesedtech #uwceshttp://www.slideshare.net/skrabut
  • 2. Over time you have collected countless resources tosupport your extension activities.
  • 3. You are extension professionals who have busy schedules.
  • 4. You often have to refer to resources and have troublefinding them quickly.
  • 5. You want to reduce the amount of time needed to runyour operation.
  • 6. Let me provide you with ideas on how you canleverage Evernote as an extension professional.
  • 7. What makesEvernote somagical?
  • 8. You can access Evernote from any device.
  • 9. Evernote has a desktop client that is a centerpiece ofthe program.
  • 10. There are mobile apps for smartphones.
  • 11. There are apps for iPads and tablets.
  • 12. You can access Evernote...
  • 13. You can access Evernote both on and off line.
  • 14. Evernote is available 24 hours a day.
  • 15. Most importantly, you can capture and organize ideaswhenever and wherever ideas occur.
  • 16. You can print your documents wherever you are.
  • 17. Evernote will search keywords, notes, tags, and eventext written in images and PDFs.
  • 18. You can add content to Evernote in countlessways.
  • 19. Type in notes.
  • 20. Create audio notes.
  • 21. Take pictures.
  • 22. With the Web Clipper you can capture Web pages asyou find them.
  • 23. Save notes from Kindle.
  • 24. You can email yourself a note.
  • 25. Some processes can be automated with folders.
  • 26. Some processes can be automated with IFTTT.
  • 27. Scan documents to an Evernote folder.
  • 28. Use Skitch to write on your images or PDFs.
  • 29. How can you useEvernote toimprove as anextensionprofessional?
  • 30. Have your instruction materials available to youat all times.
  • 31. Organize your workshops with tags, e.g., you can havea tag for different topics.
  • 32. Save templates, worksheets, assessment forms, studyguides, etc. in Evernote for easy retrieval, anywhere.
  • 33. Maintain lessons for your whole instruction career.
  • 34. Update lessons on the fly.
  • 35. Link lesson and handouts and assessments so they areall in one spot.
  • 36. Archive past materials for easy search andretrieval when you need it.
  • 37. Save old lessons as a reference
  • 38. You can prevent disaster and access all of your contentin the event of disaster.
  • 39. Have checklists available at your fingertips.
  • 40. Build your lists for setting up your workshops orevents.
  • 41. Build and share your supply lists with colleagues.
  • 42. As a presenter, you can capture ideas to be usedin your sessions as you find them.
  • 43. Capture real world images that relate to your presentations.
  • 44. Collect articles that impact your instruction.
  • 45. Capture and tag useful Websites that you want to sharewith others.
  • 46. Quickly document your presentation and share it toEvernote.
  • 47. Easily share content with colleagues and clients.
  • 48. Have your lesson plans available… you can also sharewith others with shared folders, links, or email.
  • 49. Share a public folder with for your presentation containingcourse content. Participants can access on their own time.
  • 50. Post link to workshop Web page. Shared notebooksautomatically update when information is added or deleted.
  • 51. Develop a notebook to share with substitute instructorswhen you happen to be absent.
  • 52. Stop going to the copier, you can share or email a handout,syllabus, or assignment the moment it is needed.
  • 53. Share a folder and ideas with your instructional team.Each can write to it.
  • 54. Using Evernote Hello, you can build a relationshipmanagement system. It is tied to LinkedIn.
  • 55. Manage your conference materials to include travel,training notes, and ideas.
  • 56. Track tasks and ideas until completion with smartsearch queries.
  • 57. Advance your professional development withEvernote.
  • 58. Capture your professional development notes,resources, lesson ideas, etc.
  • 59. Capture whiteboard notes, notes are time stamped.
  • 60. Keep all your meeting notes in one place, availablewhenever you need them.
  • 61. Track event checklists
  • 62. Capture information for your performance appraisals.
  • 63. Capture photos, videos, or on-line information on programsyou present including participant information and evaluations.
  • 64. Developing a notebook for each month and tag itemsaccording to topic or Annual Summary Category.
  • 65. Questions?
  • 66. Welcome!Evernote:Remember everythingduring your ExtensioncareerStan Skrabut, Ed.D.@uwcesedtech #uwceshttp://www.slideshare.net/skrabut