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Evernote is a digital notebook – not just for making textual notes but also for web clippings.
Cost: Free and premium versions
Availability: Online and download app
Rankings in the previous surveys:
|2021: 90||2020: 46||2019: 25||2018: 38||2017: 15||2016: 17||2015: 10||2014: 8|
|2013: 6||2012: 12||2011: 17||2010: 23||2009: 27||2008: –||2007: –|
Comments on Evernote
“I am interested in so much, and can’t remember more than a tiny fraction of what I read and see anymore. When I read an interesting article about meeting design, facilitation, a technical hack, or a tasty-looking recipe, I know that I’m not going to remember how to find it again in a week, month or year. So I capture it in Evernote.” Adrian Segar, author, Conferences That Work, USA, 2022
“still the best online notetaking app” Andrew Jacobs, L&D, UK, 2021
“Brilliant for storing, archiving and sharing collections of researched data for Genealogists and anyone who is a researcher.” CoachCarole, Author, Teacher, Course designer, Genealogist, Australia, 2021
Evernote and OneNote: “I use these both equally because I work between Windows and Mac (for work 9-5 where as a Microsoft consultant I need to be using these) and OneNote Pro (for my outside life because I use Apple products on my iMac.) To be fair OneNote 2019 is a far superior product to Evernote so there will come a time to bite the bullet and go over to Windows and Microsoft on my Macs too. For the purposes of this survey, just say OneNote 2019 (not the generic OneNote that comes with O365 subscriptions because this is the lite version of the Enterprise OneNote 2019 which is a learning system unto itself).” Helen Blunden, Community Manager, Australia, 2020
“I like to use the Seek Sense Share framework from Harold Jarche to help my personal knowledge management. So, Evernote is the central piece of my PKM system, where I store all my notes, references, project overviews there.” Victor Couto Alves, KM Specialist, Brazil, 2020
“Have been using as my cloud app for note taking, capturing learnings, easy categorization (notebooks) and tagging for search” Catherine Shinners, Advisor, Consultant, USA, 2020
“storing and finding important resources” Karen Caldwell, education developer, organizational developer, assistant professor, USA, 2020
“It’s all about organizing and decluttering the note-taking process. Enhance your notes with links, checklists, tables, , 2019attachments, and audio recordings. You can even search your own hand-written notes.” Global Manager of Technology Learning Center, USA
“My personal knowledge repository: Everything at my fingertip.” Trainer/Consultant, Switzerland, 2019
Quick Guide to Evernote
Here you will find some basic guidance and links to resources on how to use Evernote for teaching, training, learning and development.
Evernote provides a centralised place for capturing, organising and annotating all kinds of personal and professional information: typed or handwritten notes, Web pages, images, video, and audio.
- It has advantages over a similar paper-based system in that you can tag and search for information across notebooks, which means you can tag them or cluster them logically together.
- You can sync your notebooks seamlessly across computers and devices.
- Evernote can also act as a personal information system bringing together all your personal activities,
- Evernote also make an ideal place to capture all your professional development activities (in a journal)
- see How to Start and Keep a Journal in Evernote, Mike Vardy, Productivist.com, January 2016
- here’s a slideset on using Evernote for CPD
Evernote is now in use in many work teams in organisations which means that anything of significance can easily be shared with team members in the course of the daily work.
- Evernote is also an ideal tool to create a work journal – a place to keep track of, and reflect on your daily work experiences
Evernote is powerful tool for educators to share their course notes with students, without having to photocopy worksheets and handouts or email it out.
- Here are 5 ideas for using Evernote in the classroom
- Here are 6 ways students can use Evernote
- One of these is as a learning log – a journal that documents an individual‘s own learning progress, and is a place not just to record what you have done but what you have learned and reflected upon
- 38 Things You Should Save in Evernote, Evernote, 12 February 2018
- How to use Evernote: The Unofficial Manual, MakeUseOf, 11 August 2017
- The Evernote Tutorial for Beginners, UseFYI
- Evernote Qiuck Start Guide, Evernote
Last updated: August 27, 2022 at 17:51 pm