Evernote is a great tool for note taking in the classroom especially for projects. Above the picture of the app on the IPad. You can sign up through the Internet at http://www.evernote.com or on our apps on the MacBook or IPad. Be careful that the students sign up through the international version, not the Chinese version.
I will show some great features that you can use when connecting with others.
After you sign up for Evernote, you can create a notebook or ask students to create a notebook and then share.
The students can edit along with you or you can have them just view the documentation if you don’t want them to manipulate the work.
You can give feedback in the form of audio, visual or video to the students that they can play back continuously.
Students can set up different notes for themselves to monitor separate objectives and criteria.
Here are some good web sites for tips on Evernote in the classroom:
Other useful apps for note taking:
Dropbox Notes- allows you to edit and share notes
Easy Bib- sets up an MLA bibliography
My StudyLife app- allows for an organized calendar