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    In this unique workshop, you will learn the pros and cons of both paper and digital. There will be hands-on activities for you to practice both aspects to get you on your way to comfort. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Landing-Houston and The Pink Giraffe House. Lunch will be provided. REGISTER HERE ******About the Presenters******* REBECCA COUNCILL Rebecca is known for her creative hair and ability to take challenging Web and social media topics and deliver them in bite-size pieces for small business owners and companies of various sizes to understand and implement. As the owner of CLR Digital Media Services, the digital ninja teaches everyday people how to strategically use social media to build a healthy social media footprint. In other words, she helps you step up your online presence and engagement using social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, SnapChat, LinkedIn and YouTube. The self-proclaimed Evernote Junkie and Evernote Certified Consultant gives effective and actionable tips in Evernote, social media and email marketing to help you succeed. But the action does not stop there! CHRISTINA MEADE Christina spent 16 years in education as a teacher, trainer and curriculum writer. What I enjoyed most about my career was being a problem solver and helping others. In 2011, I stepped out on faith and entered the business world. I quickly caught the entrepreneurial bug! After working with my husband to launch his successful videography business, I decided to follow my passion to educate, empower and inspire women and girls. The limiting beliefs of others can have a huge impact on what we believe about our own abilities. All it takes is one person believing in you and saying ‘you can do it’. My mission is to bring that encouragement to women and girls by helping them develop into strong leaders and businesswomen. REGISTER HERE
  2. Hi, I am big into taking digital notes. I have traditionally used Microsoft Onenote along with Dropbox to annotate and sync all my school notes. I am wanting to make the move to Evernote for Windows due to frustration over various technical bugs, but I am finding that it lacks what I need it to do. I am in a professional post-grad program and currently I download all the the different class notes and import them to Onenote. These notes are either Word, powerpoint, or PDF format. Onenote automatically converts the file into a pdf format and places the whole file in view on the note (not a link). From that point I am able to draw over them to annotate, highlight sections, or add text. I would like to be able to do this with Evernote/Skitch. Is there a way to easily be able to import different files, have their contents display in evernote (without converting to a picture format), then be able to annotate over / on them and save back to evernote??? I would also like to be able to add audio notes that correlate to different sections of my notes. For example a professor might be going into a lot of detail over a powerpoint slide and I would just like to have audio that links to that slide. Please help