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  • Evernote wkshp feb2011

    1. 1. Evernote WorkshopMARCH 2012
    2. 2. What is Evernote?Capture multiple forms ofinformationOrganize and share your notesSearch your notes by keyword, title,tag
    3. 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. 4. Evernote featuresTake notesRecord whats happeningOrganize your filesAccess your PDF’s, imagesMake PDFs smarterPowerful search functionalityPortability
    5. 5. One Account, ManyDevicesDownload software for yourPC or MacMobile devicesWeb clipper (Chrome,Firefox, Explorer)
    6. 6. Evernote uses ineducationBefore classPlan and organize your classes with tagsProfessional developmentClassroom templatesPrepare for your absenceShare information with your colleagues
    7. 7. Evernote uses in educationDuring class After classShare a notebook with your Simplify gradingclass Keep yourWhiteboard photos extracurriculars in orderKeep handouts handy
    8. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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/