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  1. Using Evernote for Anecdotal Records Sarah Valter Lindbergh Un-conference September 30, 2011

  2. What is Evernote? • Free online resource for organizing information, capturing images and audio, and sharing records easily from person-to-person • Multiple versions: • Web • Desktop • Mobile

  3. How Can I Use Evernote for anecdotal notes in the classroom? • Just a few ideas . . . • Create notebooks for each student or subject • Type in notes about students • Record audio of students reading • Add images of student work • Add documents created by students • Take snapshots of student blog posts or other online communication

  4. What are the benefits of Evernote? • Easy to share • Share notebooks between one account user and another • Send e-mails with notes and attachments • Greater spectrum of data you can collect • Notes • Audio • Images • Easy access wherever you are • Laptop (desktop version) • Mobile device • Home PC (desktop or web version)

  5. How do I get started? • Create a free account at www.evernote.com

  6. How do I get started? (continued) • Set up your personal account

  7. How do I get started? (continued) • Check your e-mail for a link and passcode and log in

  8. Congratulations! You’re registered! Welcome Information (your first note) Your recent notes A list of your notebooks

  9. Let’s Add the Desktop Version Note: Iphone/Ipod/Ipad versions are available in the App Store.

  10. Let’s Create a New Notebook • Click File  New Notebook (Ctrl + Shift + N) • Name your notebook (keep “Synchronized notebook” clicked!) and select “OK”

  11. Let’s Create a New Note

  12. Help with Notes

  13. Things to Add to Your Note Note title (i.e. Tommy, 9/30) Any related links Preferred settings (similar to any word processing software) Note text

  14. Other Note Options • Under the “Note” menu • Tag notes for easy retrieval • Under the “Format” menu • Add tables • Add horizontal lines • Create to-do lists • Add hyperlinks • Under the “Tools” menu • Change your settings • Import folders (other files from your computer) • Customize your toolbar

  15. Other Types of Notes • Ink • Audio • Webcam

  16. Ink Notes • Use the tablet features on your laptop to handwrite your notes (great for running records!)

  17. Audio notes • Record audio and type in your notes (perfect for reading conferences!)

  18. Webcam notes • Take a snapshot (student reading, student work, etc.)—still images only

  19. I Have a Note . . . Now What? • Access your notes from anywhere • Web version at www.evernote.com • Mobile version on your smartphone or other mobile device • Desktop version on other computers you use frequently Not all versions are the same, but your notes will synchronize automatically when you log on! • Print your notes

  20. How Can I Share Notes with Other Evernote Users? • Step 1: Click on the “Shared” Tab

  21. How Can I Share Notes with Other Evernote Users? (continued) • Step 2: Select the notebook you want and click “Start sharing”

  22. How Can I Share Notes with Other Evernote Users? (continued) • Step 3: Decide if you want to share the notebook publicly or privately (public means anyone can see it!)

  23. How Can I Share Notes with Other Evernote Users? (continued) • Step 4: E-mail the notebook to other Evernote users and decide the level of control you want the user to have over the information The users you have identified will now be able to view your notebook as you add and edit notes!

  24. How Can I Share a Single Note? • Step 1: From the Account screen, click on “Share”

  25. How Can I Share a Single Note? • Step 2: Enter the e-mail address of the desired recipient (Recommended: Select CC to yourself) and send

  26. Other Options for Sharing Notes • Click on the drop-down menu on the “Share” button • Other options • Post to Facebook • Post to Twitter • Copy URL to clipboard

  27. Questions or ideas to share? • Spend a few minutes setting up notebooks that you can use with your class!

  28. Thank you for learning about Evernote today!