How To Use This In The ClassroomUse Evernote in your classroom for note taking, list making, individual student documentation, grading, collaboration, creating digital portfolios, sharing information with students and parents, storing photos, documents, and clippings from the web, organize audio recordings, and much, much more. Evernote offers a number of free add-on tools for drawing, digital handwriting, study note cards, web clippings, food, distraction free reading, and remembering information and experiences about individuals - great for both student and teacher use.
Key InfoEvernote is an easy to use tool that you can employ in your classroom to replace almost anything that you're currently doing on paper. Create digital portfolios, take notes, share student work via shared notebooks, and store and organize notes and work in a variety of media. An awesome tool that spans all age groups and subject matter. Comes in free and paid versions.
What Teachers Should KnowThe basic, free version of Evernote offers a depth of resources. It offers exceptional opportunity for organization and keeping all of your 'stuff' in one place - easily searchable based on however you choose to organize it. The premium version offers offline notebooks, 100MG of storage, and additional security measures, along with a few other things for $45/year or $5/month.
What Students Should KnowThis is an amazing organizational tool for students. Keep all notes and study materials for all classes in one place - for free!
ProsFree, easy to use, lots of functionality
ConsCan be buggy on some OS
The Official Description
Our goal at Evernote is to help the world remember everything, communicate effectively and get things done. From saving thoughts and ideas to preserving experiences to working efficiently with others, Evernote’s collection of apps make it easy to stay organized and productive.
Evernote is an independent, privately held company headquartered in Redwood City, California. Major investors include Meritech Capital, CBC Capital, Sequoia Capital, Morgenthaler Ventures, and DOCOMO Capital.