Using Evernote to Design and Deliver Training

Mindflash

On Thursday, August 18, I attended the first ever Evernote Trunk Conference in San Francisco. I have been a light user since early 2010, but recently I have taken on so many projects that I have been searching for an organization system that works for me.

The beauty of notes

Clive on Learning

I’ve started copying the clippings for each book to separate notes in Evernote, from where they can be accessed easily for incorporation in blog postings and articles. And talking of Evernote, that’s where I fulfil the second of Erasmus’ recommendations. I have a space in Evernote for every topic and this allows me to collect ideas in an orderly way.

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Blog regularly, sleep easy

Clive on Learning

I use Evernote to keep all my thoughts, quotes, extracts from documents and web cuttings in one place, organised by topic. I have come to the realisation that blogging is a key strategy for coping with information anxiety - the stress you feel when trying to take advantage of what seems like a never-ending stream of interesting leads to follow-up online. In fact not just online, because TV, newspapers, books and magazines haven't gone away - the online stuff comes on top of all this.

My Learning Tools

ID Reflections

Evernote : This is another tool I use very frequently and actively. Edit, print out, e-mail directly and also share ( the way I have done with these notes ) In short, Evernote allows me to filter the web, take what I want and create my own notebook.

The changing shape of the internet

Clive on Learning

I began to think of all those ways which I use the internet which does not involve me opening a browser: to store my notes in the cloud for sharing across devices (using Evernote) to store files in the cloud for sharing across devices (using Dropbox) to download music and apps (using iTunes) to communicate in real time (using Skype, WebEx, etc.)

The iPad is your ultimate travel companion

Clive on Learning

In my role as a consultant, it is hard to completely cut yourself off from business-related communication while on holiday, so the ability to receive all my emails and blog feeds was useful, along with access to my Evernote database and Google docs. I didn't mean to get an iPad. I've even written rather cynical posts about it. But one sort of dropped in my lap.Sort of. So now I've got one.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use.

My Top 10 Learning Tools

Clark Quinn

Then I use several tools to keep track of information: Evernote – is a place to keep information across my devices (though I use Notes too, when I want it backed up and private). My ITA colleague Jane Hart regularly collects the top 100 learning tools via contributions from lots of folks. It’s a fascinating list, worth looking at. I couldn’t use her submission sheet (some sort of system bug), so I thought I’d make an annotated post.

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And the Evernote demo that Chris did was something he chose because he is a fan of the product. I get emails all the time from freelancers or elearning vendors asking how to get more work or exposure.

Getting Into Your Training Groove (even when you don’t dig your topic)

Mindflash

As I wander I save web links, notes, and screen shots in Evernote for later reference. I’ve always believed that no matter how dull a training topic might be, it shouldn’t be a barrier to creativity; rather, it should inspire ingenuity. But even those of us self-described “creative types&# must admit there are some topics that are just hard to get excited about.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: My Top Ten Tools for 2009

Learning Visions

Evernote I heart Evernote. Gcal is great and I like Evernote, but the fact that I can only access them from my laptop (which these days feels so much like a desktop) they lose a great deal of their power. eLearning Guild’s 2010 Salary Report ID Live with John Graves ► April (5) Audio Interview with Tom Kuhlmann of Articulate Book Review: Love is the Killer App Kineo Insights Webinar: Aligning eLearning with B.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Learning to Work, Working to Learn

Learning Visions

Documenting Ive just discovered Evernote and I heart it. Check out eQuixotics award winning Articulate piece for a nice view of Evernotes capabilities. eLearning Guild’s 2010 Salary Report ID Live with John Graves ► April (5) Audio Interview with Tom Kuhlmann of Articulate Book Review: Love is the Killer App Kineo Insights Webinar: Aligning eLearning with B. Moodle in 2010 Kineo Insights Webinar: Challenges and Best Practi.