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  1. I recently posted about how to use Evernote during the college search and admissions process over at my blog ChapBits. You can check it out here: http://blog.chapmanc...search-process/ Please feel free to add any other ways to use Evernote regarding the college planning process. Mike Chapman, Founder & President Chapman College Admission Consulting LLC http://www.chapmancac.com
  2. So college students obviously has the goal of eventually getting a job. But a lot of us hope to find a part time job or internship related to our field while we are still earning our degree. For me, I have a notebook dedicated to my internship and job search. I'll end up with several notes for each application. Usually one for the actual application, one with any essays required, another for recommendations, etc. I tag each note with the name of the place I'm applying to to keep them all together. I'll also clip web sites with internship information to the notebook. How do you use Evernote to organize and streamline your application processes?
  3. Hi everyone! My name is Megan Cotter and I am the new Student Ambassador for Evernote! I am a student at the University of Pittsburgh, double majoring in English Writing and Communication. I love music, theater, technology, sports, etc. If you haven't seen my post on the Noteworthy Blog yet, check it out for some tips on how to use Evernote for college! http://blog.evernote...r-megan-cotter/ Also follow me on Twitter @OtterMC for some more tips and other exciting things! If you have any questions for me on how I use Evernote or have any cool ways that you use it, let me know on the forum here, or on Twitter! I'm really excited to lend my expertise to anyone who's interested! Look out for some questions that I'll be asking on the forum soon! Megan
  4. Does anyone know how university general counsels are trying to address FERPA requirements in password-protected sharing environments, such as Evernote? On the one hand, EN is password-protected, so material is not public unless the faculty member actively makes it so. On the other, general counsels are notoriously suspicious about services that the university does not directly control, usually requiring loads of singing and dancing before it will bless data heading off-site. I've conducted some searches and found nothing about universities, Evernote, and FERPA, and very little else on similar issues (e.g., Dropbox or cloud-based backup services). Some I have found: University of Delaware University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University (towards the bottom) Any others to mention?
  5. My Tribute to Evernote: A Student's Guide This is my recent blog about how I used EN to help me in my studies. It's pretty basic, but hopefully it'll help other people.
  6. Applying to college is a big process how are you using Evernote to keep you organized every step of the way? Share your tips and best practices here with others.
  7. Evernote Clearly is a chrome extension that offers one click distraction free reading. In addition it turns any mutlipage article into a single page view and strips out any ads or navigation. When you're finished reading you can clip it directly into Evernote where you'll have a nice clean web clip that you can use. How do you see yourself using Clearly for better research?
  8. 10 Great Ways Students Can Use Evernote to Study Smarter, Not Harder (from the Evernote Blog). Guest blog post on our noteworthy blog from Shep McAllister of Hack College. Describing 10 great ways college students can put Evernote to use.
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