Evernote for Every Literacy

Read Buffy Hamilton’s fulll post on supporting transliteracy with Evernote

5 Responses to “Evernote for Every Literacy”

  1. theunquietlibrary Says:

    Milena, thank you so much for reading our blog and sharing your thoughts. A new post with an update on the students’ response to Evernote is forthcoming on Monday, 3/29. Nearly every student in both classes (a total of roughly 50 students) chose Evernote over Diigo. Stay tuned for more details and comments from the students!

    Best,
    Buffy

  2. Milena Says:

    I use personally use Evernote to keep track of my information, but I didn’t think about sharing it with students for research purposes. This opens up a whole new world of possibilities. Thanks so much for showing me ways to utilize this tool with faculty and students.

  3. CGibson Says:

    Just as I was getting a bit comfortable with Facebook and Diigo, now we have Evernote. This looks exciting! Must take a closer look at Evernote (like a new toy) this weekend.
    Thank you.

    • Bobbi Newman Says:

      You’re welcome! Enjoy!

  4. uberVU - social comments Says:

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