Rob van Nood

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About Rob van Nood

  1. k-12

    One of my favorite features in Evernote, when it comes to collaborating and providing feedback to students, is the annotate button. When an artifact is shared it can then be annotated using the tools found in Skitch. You can annotate any note as a PDF or photo which allows you to write and draw directly on the work itself. Once you are done annotating Evernote creates a new note with the entire annotation, a break down of each annotation and the name of the person who gave the annotation. It keeps the original notes title but adds Annotated to it so it is easy to see what work has been give feedback. At the same time it keeps the original work so it doesn’t need to be redone aafter all the annotating.
  2. k-12

    Hi Dawn I just saw this. I've been using Evernote to create portfolios for three years now and there are many different ways you can approach it. I blog about it at I also wrote an e-book on the topic. You can find it at the Evernote Trunk. It's called The Power of E-Portfolios. Let me know if you need any help. Rob
  3. k-12

    I've been using EN in my upper Elementary classroom for two years, particularly for e-portfolios. Come read my blog for a lot of information. I'll also be publishing a book on the topic soon.
  4. k-12

    David I would be happy to help you with any questions you have. I am the education ambassador and have been using Evernote for portfolios for the past three years. You can contact me at or see my blog
  5. Sorry, I forgot to add the link from my previous posting.
  6. Here is a great work around with video that takes a few steps but works really well. It involves compressing video and adding it to Evernote. Either through Dropbox or you can email the compressed video to your Evernote account.
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  8. teaching

    As I start creating a more detailed account of how I use Evernote to support e-portfolios at my school i would love to hear what others are doing or answer questions might have.
  9. teaching

    I am in the process of creating a blog about my use of Evernote as a portfolio in my classroom and throughout the building. It is just getting started.
  10. I have spent the last year figuring out how to use Evernote to create portfolios in both my classroom as well as throughout the school. We are a 360 student charter school with students from 3 years old (in the pre-k) to 18 (in our high school). Evernote, along with mobile and computer based technologies has allowed me to do things that I have been waiting around to do for the past 6 years. Evernote has made it possible for my students to document and share work quickly and easily, something that was impossible even 15 months ago. The marriage between smartphone/itouch technology and Evernote has transformed how students can create electronic portfolios.