Category Archives: Evernote

Using Evernote to Manage your Personal Learning Network (PLN)

A teacher is a life-long learner, a student by nature, and their learning process continues to grow and develop in many ways. Experiences in their classroom, conferences, people they meet, colleagues, listservs, blogs and people they follow on Twitter or … Continue reading

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Evernote Business for Education

Yesterday, in an email announcement, Evernote opened up Evernote Business for education. My first look at Evernote Business was when I attended last years Evernote Trunk Conference and heard the announcement of this new service.  While the focus was clearly on … Continue reading

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Your school, COPPA and Evernote.

In the summer of 2011 while attending the Lausanne Laptop Institute (now the Lausanne Learning Institute) I was having a conversation with my friend Hiram Cuevas (@cuevash) about our use of Evernote.  He told me how excited he was to … Continue reading

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Evernote Forever on the Out of School podcast.

On November 20th (2012) I had the opportunity to talk with both Bradley Chambers (@bradleychambers) and Fraser Speirs (@fraserspeirs) about “Evernote Forever” on their Out of School podcast. The discussion moved between many topics including the experience at my school … Continue reading

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Educators! Stacked Shared Notebooks in Evernote 5 is the BEST!

Evernote recently release a substantial update with 5.0.  There are some really cool new features, some amazing navigational changes and a much cleaner and appealing user experience. After watching the video you  get a quick glimpse into some of what … Continue reading

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User data migration in our 1:1 scares me!

I am continually impressed by what we have achieved in our 1:1 Learning Initiative. We planned like no other school I know, we came out of the gates firing on all cylinders, all of our users – 4th-12th & faculty … Continue reading

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Evernote Trunk Conference: Rethinking Education (Video)

On August 24th, 2012, Reshan Richards (@reshanrichards) and I, along with Rob Van Nood (@evernotefolios) had the opportunity to speak at the Evernote Trunk Conference on “Rethinking Education” with Evernote. Reshan and I discussed how we came to use Evernote … Continue reading

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What I did on my Summer Vacation.

With summer is officially over I feel it’s about time for that recap every person has asked to write at some point in their lives… What I did on my Summer Vacation. While this isn’t necessarily going to be about … Continue reading

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Cloud Computing in Education

[Originally posted elsewhere on 7/28/2009, but the topic came up again in a conversation and thought to move the post here.] Cloud computing is described by Wikipedia as: Cloud computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as … Continue reading

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Talking all things Evernote on Classroom 2.0

On Saturday, February 4th, 2012 I had the pleasure of taking part in a Classroom 2.0 Live webinar where we were talking about all things Evernote. I spoke for about 40 minutes and took questions for about another 40 or … Continue reading

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