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Good Morning, I absolutely love taking notes with Evernote in class! Currently how I use it right now, is I typically take a picture of the handouts given in the beginning of class, start recording and than type in the notes as class moves forward. I would love to have the opportunity to mark highlights for important sections during the lecture, without interrupting the overall recording, and easily find that location later. Another feature that would be very helpful would be to put a marking or a link in the middle of the notes that I am typing to the location of the highlight that I make
I recently provided most of these tips to my niece who was trying to structure Evernote to meet her needs in college. I thought I'd share here. Assumptions: You have less than 10 courses at one time You have more than lecture notes you need to keep track of (e.g. research items, projects) You need to put more than just text in your notesStep 1. Create notebook stacks for each of your courses. This will allow you to have separate notebooks for things like lecture notes, projects, research, etc. With less than 10 courses, this shouldn't get unwieldy and will minimize searching around.