Evernote in the classroom has always made perfect sense to us. With its flexible organization features, sharing capabilities, cross- platform synchronization and, of course, powerful search, Evernote is a well-suited tool for educators and students alike.
Over the course of the event we had dozens of teachers and administrators come up to our booth and share the ways they were putting Evernote to use at their schools. We heard from teachers who were using Evernote with their students, as well as administrators who were implementing large-scale deployments–much like The Montclair Kimberley Academy.
Alex Ragone, Director of Technology at Collegiate School in New York City
Alex Ragone dropped by and shared all the ways he and his students at the Collegiate School are using Evernote to remember everything:
“I love the ability to move between my laptop, iPad and Android phone. I put class rosters in Evernote so I can quickly pull up my attendance at the beginning of each class and use it to take notes in meetings all the time. I’ve also used Noteshelf to ink notes and sync them with Evernote, making them searchable. All of these great uses of your product simplify the process of storing information.”
Alex has also implemented Evernote on iPads at his school as part of a school-wide experiment. He’s written about his experiences and has also participated in an education-focused podcast called Ed TechTalk Webcast, hosted by Bill Stites. For more, follow Alex on Twitter and check out his blog.
If you’re a teacher or educator looking for some guidance, check out some of these education-related resources:
- Evernote for Education Getting Started PDF
- Evernote for Students: The Ultimate Research Tool
- Evernote at School: The Montclair Kimberley Academy’s 1:1 Program, plus Q&A Webinar
- How Evernote helped me through college
- 10 Evernote Tips for School
- How my students started using Evernote
Evernote Sponsored Accounts
Sponsored Accounts make it easy to give Evernote Premium to any number of people at your school (teachers, administrators and students). Sponsored Accounts take the hassle out of purchasing and managing Evernote Premium subscriptions for groups of any size by centralizing the billing process. We also offer a 50% educational discount to qualifying educational institutions.
How are you using Evernote?
If you’ve ever snapped a photo of a whiteboard in class, organized a semester’s worth of research or built your lesson plans in Evernote, let us know. Please share your stories in the comments below.
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