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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 to modifying it, as opposed to just viewing... What I have shared is a setup and workflow that has worked for me and many other teachers- I always say that everyone has their own personal touch on how they organise their notes and notebook...it is about finding what works best for each individual user.
  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. HI, Have you ever used the app EverPUB? It converts a notebook into an ePub file. You can then convert the ePub to PDF and print. I like the formatting better this way than when I have exported the notes through my desktop app. It is also good for student writing because it creates a 'book' that can be read on mobile devices as an ePub or printed. Not the most straightforward idea, but it works. Cheers, Bec
  5. Hi all, Curating some great ideas and tips on using Evernote in Education- http://flip.it/SxDq5 Cheers, Bec
  6. Hi, I use Evernote for all of my planning and lesson organisation. I organise mine into notebooks with a note for each week / subject. I have lots of stuff on my blog if you wanted to check it out. http://missspinkontech.global2.vic.edu.au Bec
  7. I create my own Calendar in Evernote, I just wrote a blog post about it. http://bit.ly/19ssncy
  8. Hi Everyone, I am Bec, one of Evernote's Education Ambassador's. I have recently started a new series on my blog with tips and ideas for teachers interested in learning about Evernote and the best ways for them to use it in the classroom. You can access the series on the Evernote page on my blog, along with many other blog posts of tips and ideas- http://missspinkontech.global2.vic.edu.au/evernote/ I often get asked about how I organise my notes and notebooks in Evernote. I created an infographic to share how I do this. The infographic is just my way, I am sure many teachers do it differently- that is the beauty of Evernote...the way it works for me can be completely different to the way it works for someone else! http://missspinkontech.global2.vic.edu.au/2013/08/21/how-do-you-organise-your-evernote/ Regards, Bec
  9. Originally posted at- http://missspinkontech.global2.vic.edu.au/ As a new year at school begins, I have met and am able to share Evernote with more teachers! This coming week I am presenting a workshop to staff on how they can use Evernote. I will also be working with them to set up their notes so they can make the most out of this wonderful tool. As a result I thought I would share the Prezi I made for this week’s presentation. http://prezi.com/xizyhpryd3sw/evernote-a-teachers-perspective/
  10. Here is a link to my blog about some of the ways I am using EN in the classroom... http://missspinkontech.global2.vic.edu.au/
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