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Hi Evernone, 

 

I currently work as a senior learning technology advisor in Perth Western Australia. I am doing some research on digital literacy in the context of teaching and learning. I am looking at digital tools trends education.

I would love to hear from you if you are a teacher or a student using Evernote. 

Here are a few questions to start with 

  1. Are you a teacher or student? 
  2. Are you using Evernote in a language other than English? 
  3. If you are teaching, what subject / year level (primary/secondary/tertiary/professional development and or technical college/further education) 
  4. If you are a student/learning what subject / year etc
  5. Which country are you currently teaching/learning?

How do you use Evernote? Teachers

  • Repository ? Clipping lots of pages, storing documents. 
  • 360 tool (you're using it for pretty much everything) Please share your workflow
  • Flipped Learning
  • eLearning/blended learning
  • Portfolio 
  • If you don't mind sharing your process please share your ideas. If you would prefer you can send me a private message that is fine. 

How do you use Evernote? Students - 

  • Repository ? Clipping lots of pages, storing documents. 
  • 360 tool (you're using it for pretty much everything) Please share your workflow
  • Scratch pad: you do your drafts, collect evidence
  • Portfolio
  • If you don't mind sharing your process please share your ideas. If you would prefer you can send me a private message that is fine. 

This is a preliminary questionnaire and I will develop a much more comprehensive one depending on the replies. I can keep you updated if you wish so please message me your email address so that I can contact you in the future. 

 

Thank you

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Hi.  There's a specific area in the discussion forms for schools and the educational uses of Evernote here https://discussion.evernote.com/forum/244-evernote-for-educators/

I'm not an educator as such,  but I do use Evernote to teach and inform others.  There are quite a few education-specific resources scattered around the internet - here are some I found in a quick search;  you probably already had these but...

http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/five-tips-for-using-evernote-in-the-classroom.shtml

http://educationaltechnologyguy.blogspot.co.uk/p/evernote-for-education.html

https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2011/01/13/10-tips-for-teachers-using-evernote-education-series/

https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/215772948-Note-templates-for-school

https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/217961187-Evernote-for-Students

- and I'm sure you can find lots more with targeted searches. 

Best advice for using Evernote is always to start using it - as you grow to appreciate its strengths and weaknesses,  you'll understand better how to integrate it comfortably into your activities;  and - don't try to closely follow a template designed by some 'expert' for their own particular use case.  Every situation -and user- is different.  Choose a process that you (and your students) can follow consistently and accurately.

You'll need to be comfortable with Evernote's search grammar and the use of notebooks,  titles and tags to make searches easier and quicker.

How to use Evernote's advanced search syntax

Tips for organizing notes, notebooks, and tags

...and beware of the limitations of your account level

Which Evernote product is right for me?

More about system limits

"Upload" and "Note Size" limits are a little like "Cliff Edge!" warnings.  Bad things can happen if users go past them...  :)

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