Evernote

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Technology Teaching Tools

Technology Teaching Tools are short, online, asynchronous modules highlighting a technology teaching tool along with relevant pedagogical implementation strategies. Some of the CIRT Technology Tools discussed below rely on freeware downloads. Prior to utilizing these technologies, you are encouraged to understand the potential risks associated with freeware; see the article "Why Free Software Downloads Aren't Always Safe" for an overview of key considerations.

Evernote

  • http://evernote.com/
  • Evernote is a free tool that allows you to capture and save information from anywhere to your phone, computer, or tablet. Never forget again!
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Pedagogical Ideas

In the classroom, Evernote can be used in a variety of ways. Some ideas include the following:

  • Modern Researchers - Students use Evernote to write research papers. They save resources in Evernote as they find them. The resources are at their fingertips when they start writing the paper.
  • Classroom Notes - Students use Evernote to capture images, text, and web sites that are discussed in class. They can review the information with certainty instead of fumbling around for the sources.
  • Administrator Exclusive: Meeting Preparation - Use Evernote instead of a paper list to store important new briefs and other information to present to the monthly Board meeting. Evernote allows you to save text, images, and even entire web pages.

How do you utilize this technology in your classroom?

Please share your thoughts, ideas and suggestions for utilizing this technology to foster effective teaching and learning.

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