If you have been reading this blog you know I am user of Evernote and starting to use it more as I learn from others on just how powerful this tool can really be.
On the Evernote BLOG there was a great story about how a TEACHER introduced Evernote to her students for a specific project and they love it and have started educating other students as they all feel it’s a great tool.
Why I chose Evernote
I felt Evernote would be a perfect solution for the students’ need to archive and organize traditional and non-traditional sources of information. In addition to the more common features, Evernote offered some specific ones that made it the perfect tool for what we would be using it for. These included:
- Handwritten notes – Students could take handwritten notes if they preferred and still add them to their research by scanning or taking a snapshot.
- Flexibility – Students could use Evernote on their smartphones with apps available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android, as well as at home using any computer they had access to.
- Sharing – Students could make their notebooks public and import the RSS feed into Google Reader, iGoogle, or Netvibes.
- Email – The unique email address every user gets is very useful for adding things to your account from different places.
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