Evernote is an application that allows you to capture ideas anywhere with virtually any device.
With Evernote, you can capture ideas, Webclips, Web pages, audio clips, images, etc. and organize them with tags and “notebooks”. You can capture and organize ideas from your phone, iPad, Web browser, e-mail, and computer. All devices can synchronize with each other; however, you can capture ideas offline, and synchronize when there is an Internet connection.
It is a powerful tool for collecting your ideas and thoughts.
In order to use Evernote, you will need at a minimum a Web browser. However, you can reach its full potential through the installation of applications to your Web browser, desktop, iPad, and phone.
The only required equipment is a device to access the Internet. This can be a phone, iPad, or computer.
Software for Evernote can be found at Evernote downloads. This link will provide you with links to download applications for your computer, Web browser, and mobile devices.
Learning resources information
Key Web links
Guides and Beginner Instructions
Here are a number of great guides to help you better understand Evernote and its capabilities.
Here are a number of great ideas for using Evernote in a education environment.
- How to Use Evernote to Create the Ultimate Post Conference Reference Guide
- Using Evernote to Save Your Schooling
- 10 Evernote Tips For School – Education Series
- Evernote Will Organize Your Life!
- Take a Minute to Collect Your Thoughts With Evernote
- Evernote for Students: The Ultimate Research Tool – Education Series
- 10 Tips for Teachers Using Evernote – Education Series
- How Cartoonist Matt Madden Creates Comics and Teaches Classes with Evernote
- 10 Tips for Using Evernote to De-Stress College from Student Ambassador Megan Cotter
- Evernote and IdeaPaint: Creating an Interactive Classroom [Video]
- HOWTO: Use Evernote to take notes on books.
- How to create searchable notes from books using Evernote and your smartphone
- Six Ways to Use Evernote to Capture Learning
- Students: Use Evernote Peek to Cram and Pass Your Next Test
- 8 Ways Evernote Can Help You Get More from Your Research in 2013
- 4 Tags That Make Sense of It All: Best Practice for Tagging Academic Notes
- How to Create a Portfolio with Evernote (Education Series)
- 10 Evernote Uses for Teachers
- Part 4: Lesson Planning with Evernote
- Five Reasons to Use Evernote for Academic Research
- Using Evernote for Research
- Evernote: A Guide for Academics
- 7 Smart Ways To Use Evernote For Research As A PhD
Getting Things Done
Getting Things Done (GTD) is an organization strategy created by David Allen. Here are two links to learn more about this strategy: Getting Things Done, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and What is GTD?
- How to Get Things Done with Evernote for iPhone and iPad
- My Simple GTD & Evernote Combo
- Evernote & GTD: A Simpler Way
- 10 Great Ways to Use Evernote
- 7 Ways to Use Evernote
- 100 Different Evernote Uses
- Use Evernote to Organize Your Troubleshooting Efforts
- Social media for journalists: 10 ways to use Evernote
- Use Evernote with Not-so-smart Phones
- Going Paperless: 4 Ways To Use Evernote for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)
Sending From Different Devices and Applications
Here are a number of instructions for collecting ideas and inspiration from various devices.
- How to Send Twitter Info to Your Evernote Account
- Easily Add Evernote Gadget To Your Gmail And Google Calendar
- Emailing Into Evernote Just Got Better
- How to take notes and export to Evernote or Dropbox
- How to Share Kindle Notes in Evernote
- How to Get Your Kindle Highlights into Evernote
- How to Export Google Bookmarks to Evernote