Evernote – IS a personal e-portfolio solution for students!
Back in April 2009 I posted Evernote – a personal e-portfolio solution for students?. In the post I highlighted how the features of this young start-up potentially made it a nice solution for a FREE ‘personal’ e-portfolio (that is, removed from the shackles of institutionally bought systems). At the time though I did point out […]
Evernote – Technologies for Teaching and Learning from Purdue University
I’m always on the lookout for educational examples of Evernote. I came across a great set of resources put together by Emily Marie Strong and co. at Purdue University. Links to what they have put together are below: PS I’ve finally got around to putting together a screencast on setting up the Evernote plugin for […]
Evernote – a personal e-portfolio solution for students?
Evernote – Remember everything Last year I highlighted the Evernote as a notetaking tool for the 21st century. Since then I’ve continued to explore this service and believe it could potentially be a personalised e-portfolio for students. In this post I want to highlight why I think Evernote fulfils this role and how it might […]
Evernote – Notetaking in the 21st Century
[flickr]photo:1394783735[/flickr] Notetaking is an inevitable part of any students life. It might be taking notes from lectures or books, planning essay structures, to-do lists and much more. Arguably the most mobile notetaking form is pen and paper. While this medium has many affordances such as micro-mobility, read-write-rewrite and personalisation, there are a number of notable […]