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missb6_2

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  1. @Candid, When working with high school teachers I recommend using a tag system rather than a notebook for every student. Like you said- it would get very hectic and with a limit of 250, it you take up a lot of space. Some specialist teachers I know keep a notebook for each grade and then use tags for students. At the end of the school year, export student notes and data at the end of the year as a HTML file and store it locally. You can do that easily through the desktop versions...
  2. Thanks @GrumpyMonkey, Have you ready this post on the Evernote blog discussing the three laws- it explicitly says passwords are not stored on the servers. "We don’t store your password on our servers and no one at Evernote will ever ask you for it."- Phil Libin Like I said in the post I did put it together for my staff- in Melbourne...of course teachers and schools should follow their own state/country guidelines to privacy and security and I always recommend that. It is my understanding that free users can have as many shared notebooks as premium but only 1 of them can give access
  3. Hi Everyone, I have put together a collection of Evernote resources that I provided to my staff to get them started with Evernote. Thought I would share it here incase others find it useful. Here is the link- http://evernote4teachers.postach.io/ On a side note there is a heap more posts on my blog about Evernote in Education http://becspink.com/evernote/. Happy to answer any questions and share further! Bec
  4. I create my own Calendar in Evernote, I just wrote a blog post about it. http://bit.ly/19ssncy
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