Evernote is a great note-taking tool for all educators. It is cross-platform and can be run on your computer or as a web app. In addition, it has many mobile apps as well.
Whether you want to type a note, speak a note or video a note–Evernote can do it! I use Evernote to “bookmark” web content and have well over 3000 notes archived.
ForEverGeek.com has published a great infographic detailing the popularity and capabilities of Evernote:
One great use of Evernote is the ability to share “notebooks” that contain your individual notes. This is great for sharing information to a class and instead of numerous, long links just publish your Evernote notebook link. For instance, here is my shared notebook for the iPad
In addition, take a look at the multimedia box in the upper right-hand corner of this page for an Evernote video tutorial.
- How To Use Evernote: 21 Creative Uses (christianpf.com)
- Evernote Firefox Extension Updates with More Clipping Options, Integrates with Google Search [In Brief] (lifehacker.com)
- Evernote Web: New Multi-Select Lets You Move, Email and Merge Notes Fast (evernote.com)