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Well, I've done it. I went and published a book. You can read all about the process here if you are interested in how I used iAuthor to make this happen.
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You've heard a ton of positive stuff about Evernote , but rather than learn about its seemingly endless functionality, you've left the app sitting lonely and unused in the Productivity folder of your iPad . After all, Evernote offers so many features, it can get overwhelming — especially when you'd so much rather take a big old nap. In an effort to help you learn more about Evernote's potential, we explored its branded products and partner apps. Apart from Evernote's basic note, memo and archive tools, these products expand the functionality of the app for a richer, more organized experience. SEE ALSO: 7 Photo Editing Apps to Use With Instagram
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Going paperless: Practical problems of the paperless lifestyle (and how I deal with them) | Jamie Todd RubinPosted on 10 July 2012 As a blogger, when I first decided to go paperless nearly 2 years ago, I told everyone . I not only wrote blog posts about it, but I told friends, family and coworkers. I made it pretty clear, I think, that as nature abhors a vacuum, I abhor paper.
Last time I wrote about the way I organize myself completely changed for the better with Evernote . Really, I can't talk enough about this program and the endless possibilities there are for it. (Just look at the comments from that post.) In that post I gave a few resources for learning about Evernote and even fewer with how to use it in the classroom. Well, lots of people have sent me lots of great resources and I wanted to follow-up and post some more. These are sites, lists and ideas all for using Evernote for your personal use or in the classroom.
I'll admit it. I have to be one of the most unorganized people on the planet. I have notebooks in just about every bag I carry. Multiple calendars and I still miss appointments. Slips of papers as reminders with some string of illegible thoughts on them, that, when I find them, I don't have a clue what I was thinking when I wrote them.
Bio Rob is a teacher at Trillium Charter School in Portland, where he primarily instructs students aged 8-11. He has been working to develop online portfolios with students for the past six years and has taught in private schools, traditional public schools and public charter schools for the past 15 years. I use Evernote, Everywhere: