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      Announcing 'Spaces' for Evernote Business!   02/27/2018

      Hi All, We're very excited to announce the launch of Spaces for Evernote Business! I invite you to find more details and learn more in our most recent Community Announcement! 
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      Code of Conduct   03/26/2018

      Hi All, The updated version of the Code of Conduct has been implemented, and you will need to accept those terms before proceeding. If you would like to review the Code of Conduct, you can do so Here
    • Shane D.

      Update to Evernote Subscription Plans   04/12/2018

      Hi All, We've made some updates to our Evernote subscription plans. To learn more, please see the 'Update to Evernote Subscription Plans' thread in the Community Announcements forum, or you can go here.
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Evernote has been a fantastic app for our students. Students can record text, images, and audio directly in Evernote. Each note can be emailed to teachers and parents. A link can also be generated for each note making them easy to share on blogs. Better yet? There are SO many apps that have the ability to share with Evernote. Very handy. Students do quite a bit of writing directly in Evernote. This is a good place for all of student writing (even those pieces they don’t want to, or aren’t ready to, share). Evernote makes it easy to organize all of their notes into notebooks (the learning curve here is teaching students to use some organization). The ability to record audio and take pictures of their work in Evernote is great. This means that students can capture learning that isn’t natively digital-digitally. All of those awesome inquiry projects that they construct and build can be captured and reflected on in Evernote. Another HUGE benefit to the Evernote/iPad combo: it goes with them everywhere. Recording learning on a field trip? Check. Recording learning at home? Check. Recording learning on the fly? Check. Teachers often send students a PDF instructions for an assignment or a picture to the student’s Evernote account. Parents can login to their child’s Evernote account from any computer or iDevice to see what they are working on.

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Good catch. A great plug for Evernote, and I think they hit the nail on the head with the comment about how easy it is to share stuff with Evernote. This is my favorite feature.

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