How To Create Your eLearning Checklist With Evernote

DigitalChalk eLearning

Evernote is a virtual workspace to help you get things done. With this tool you also have the ability to clip web articles, capture handwritten notes, and snap photos to keep digital details of your work. Communicate, collaborate, and share in real-time, all within Evernote. Bonus: Evernote is compatible on all devices. Let’s create a checklist with Evernote. First, log into your Evernote account. In just about every industry, checklists are a must.

Evernote and Zotero.Helping You Remember.

Mark Oehlert

I also installed the Evernote app since I've been fiddling with the desktop version of Evernote for a bit. Evernote has a Windows, Mac, Web and mobile version. Evernote's tag line of "Remember Everything" may be a tad agressive but the iPhone app lets me save audio notes, picture notes, and text notes. The absolute coolest feature of Evernote though is its ability to read the text within an image and search on that text.


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20 Team Collaboration Tools For Remote Teams In 2020

Your Training Edge

Why We Love It: Cloud-based: Asana is web-based so that your project files and tasks are always in a safe place. . Why We Love It: Cloud-based: Brief is a web app that’s easily accessed in your browser or via the mobile app. . Evernote. Like many apps on this list, Evernote started with a singular purpose and over time evolved into a robust collaboration tool. Easy to use: Evernote makes it easy to create, organize, and share notes.

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This Week in mLearning Podcast – Native Apps vs. Mobile Web [Episode 2]

mLearning Revolution

Native apps vs. the mobile web: What is a viable solution for developing and deploying mLearning? What if we had an Evernote-like App for mLearning? Welcome to our second episode of our new podcast entitled “This Week in Mobile Learning.” ” Below is a summary of topics we discussed this week. For those asking about when this podcast will be available through iTunes, I have already submitted the show and I’m now awaiting approval from Apple.

A Simple Guide to Write Quiz Questions for Web Based Training Courses


Place them in a Word document, in Evernote, or in whatever tool you use to create content. The post A Simple Guide to Write Quiz Questions for Web Based Training Courses appeared first on Mindflash Blog. There you are, sitting at your desk, trying to finish your eLearning course. You only have one more thing to do before it gets reviewed. Write a few quiz questions. The problem is that you are stuck.

5 Steps to a Successful Blended Learning Strategy

Learning Rebels

To understand blended learnings potential, it’s important to comprehend that blended learning is a hybrid approach of applying learning strategies that utilize both live and web-based learning methodologies. Slack, MS Teams, OneNote, Evernote, etc.) Blended Learning Strategy.

5 Thanksgiving Gifts Your Employees Will Love

CommLab India

A paid Evernote subscription that acts as a perfect virtual office assistant. Evernote is a mobile app that enables your staff members do a wide variety of tasks from clipping web pages to sharing and discussing notes. Thanksgiving Day is a time for celebration and appreciation – celebrate the services of your employees and appreciate their contribution to the growth of your organization.

Two Examples of how Brands are still not Joining the Social Media Conversation

mLearning Revolution

For the last three weeks I have been Tweeting loads on Evernote, the popular and pretty awesome technology that allows you to capture anything and access it from virtually anywhere and from any mobile device. If I look back at my Twitter stream, I probably would find at least 30-40 mentions of Evernote and lots more from other fans who replied or Retweeted my mentions of Evernote. The Social Web is one huge focus group.

Friday Finds: 5 Free Apps to Help e-Learning Developers Stay Organized


For this Friday Finds, we’ve collected 5 free apps to help you stay organized during all stages of e-Learning development: Evernote Use Evernote to help you remember everything across all your devices. Pocket This app is perfect for when you find awesome e-Learning inspiration on the web, and you want to save it. Being organized while you’re developing an e-Learning course makes the whole process much smoother and more successful.

1st update on 10 Tools Challenge 2013

Jane Hart

12- Evernote 71- OneNote. Web browsers. Web conferencing. It has been good to see the varied interest in the 10 Tools Challenge both on my blog and Twitter as well as on other social channels – so here are a few updates. 1 – In response to a number of requests I’m now collating the blogs of those who are taking part as an update on the introductory blog post - so that the posts can be shared more widely.

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The Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 list is revealed

Jane Hart

In their jobs, workplace learning professionals continue to make heavy use of e-learning authoring tools as well as web conferencing tools (which are on the rise this year by the way), whereas their own personal/professional toolsets include a wider range of social and other tools.

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My Top Ten Tools for 2009

Learning Visions

Evernote I heart Evernote. The desktop version synchs to the web which synchs to my iPod Touch. Cammy's Top 10 Tools of 2009 These are my favorite tools in support of my own learning adventures. Google Reader It's how I stay informed on the latest blog posts and news. Used to be my first stop in the morning after email, although that's recently changed. Now I stop first at Twitter.

How to Be More Productive in the Digital Age

General Assembly

Experts from Evernote, General Assembly, and more share tips and tools for staying on top of your work and life. Attendees at General Assembly and Evernote’s productivity panel at GA London. Last week, I had the pleasure of discussing productivity in the digital age on a panel hosted in partnership with Evernote and General Assembly at GA’s London campus. evernote-london.

Project Management Platforms eLearning Professionals Should Know About

DigitalChalk eLearning

Created by Fog Creek Software in 2011, Trello is a web-based system designed for team coordination. Evernote – by Evernote Corporation. Evernote is a popular application that is far more than just a note taker. It has a web clipper extension that helps you organize and take notes on bookmarks pertinent to your web project.

Research just got a whole load easier

Clive on Learning

The source material hasn't changed a great deal in form - web pages, PDFs, books, magazine articles, handwritten notes - but the way I process this certainly has. The biggest change for me has been the use of Evernote. I have shifted almost all my in-progress work to Evernote, including this and other blog postings. You can copy and paste from PDFs or web pages, or import them wholesale.

How to Use Screen Capture in your eLearning (And The Best Tools to Do It)


The Evernote Web Clipper. Made by the popular productivity tool, the Evernote Web Clipper is really handy for screenshots. Looking for ways to enhance your training content? Screen capture is a pretty great option! We see lots of trainers using it in their eLearning, we even use it ourselves! It adds engaging images to your courses and is a perfect way to explain topics. Today, we’re going to cover how to snap great screenshots and video for your eLearning content.

Using Presets in Snagit

TechSmith Camtasia

Custom presets can be created for any of Snagit’s output destinations including but not limited to: Dropbox, Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, and non-web applications like Microsoft Word or Powerpoint. Find yourself using the same screen capture workflow time and time again? Forgot about a presentation and need edited images in Powerpoint quickly? By creating a preset in Snagit you can bind a multi-step process to a hotkey to save time and effort on oft-repeated tasks.

Notetaking Tools Help Needed

Tony Karrer

I've looked at EverNote and OneNote quite a bit, but I'm not convinced yet that they fit well enough for me to adopt. Includes links along with web contents when you clip. I recently engaged in a conversation with someone who suggested I was way behind the curve in adopting a better notetaking tool. They picked up on my comments in Better Memory about still using notepad for taking notes in lots of cases. There are a lot of tools out there in this space.

My Learning Tools

ID Reflections

Lately, I have started using a number of Web tools actively. A real-time editing of the web that filters the most useful bits with comments, suggestions, additional thoughts that add to my sense-making 6. 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.

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Organizing Course Content with Storyboards


You can capture your ideas as sketches, diagrams, illustrations, notes, or drawings and instantly share them across the web. Evernote. Evernote allows you to create a journal of your notes. You can upload any form of content you like (notes, files, photos, and voice memos) and also clip anything from the web and access those files from anywhere. Evernote also keeps your data protected and private.

Making Digital Feedback Easy with Snagit

TechSmith Camtasia

When you’re done, click Stop and then share directly to , YouTube, or even Evernote. This format is perfect for assignments that aren’t written, like digital photography or even web design (click the image to enlarge). As a teacher, I always struggled with ways to quickly and easily leave digital feedback on work submitted by students. Tools like Google Drive and Dropbox are great for sharing the work, but not so great at giving feedback to the kids.

Discussion with Lucid Meetings

Kapp Notes

We help them get more done with less by combining collaboration, web conferencing, and teleconferencing into one seamless solution. But we found that to run an effective meeting we would have multiple applications going and we were constantly switching between apps: MS Word for the agenda, Evernote for note taking, Web Conferencing for screen sharing, you get the idea.

The changing shape of the internet

Clive on Learning

Chris Anderson’s article The web is dead: long live the internet , in the August edition of Wired magazine, has attracted a lot of attention, including mine, but for many the title of the article would mean very little. The opening question asks, “When was the World Wide Web officially launched?”, Perhaps one team in ten gets the answer right – the 1990s – because they know the internet goes back a long way and they believe the web and the internet are the same thing.

The Importance of having a Singular Computing Experience for Mobile Learning

mLearning Revolution

With Evernote for example all of my saved content is synced up across devices, and through Dropbox, I can always access my files from just about any device. A The Next Web article put it best: That’s a fancy way of saying that things you search for on your desktop computer will be readily available for you when you pick up your mobile phone.

Why I Use More than One Social Bookmarking Service

Web Tools for Learners

Not that I’m paranoid (or maybe I am but I like to call it cautious skepticism) but I am always aware than any of the free web services that I use, or even ones I’ve paid for, could go belly up and my stuff on it (them) could vanish into a black hole. What are the odds that two similar web services will disappear at the same time? My web stuff paranoia has led me to set up another social bookmarking service called Diigo. And I have Evernote too!

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Learning to Work, Working to Learn

Learning Visions

Documenting I've just discovered Evernote and I heart it. My iPod Touch synchs up with my desktop synchs up with the web version. Check out eQuixotic's award winning Articulate piece for a nice view of Evernote's capabilities. This post is my contribution to this month's Work/Learning Blog Carnival hosted by the venerable Dave Ferguson. The last time I posted for this carnival (almost a year ago!)

The 2015 #mLearnCon Conference Backchannel: Curated Resources

David Kelly

Ken Crooker’s shared mLearnCon Evernote notebook. iOS 9 deep-linking blurs line between apps and web by Chris Davies. This post curates resources shared via the backchannel of the 2015 mLearnCon Conference and Expo being held June 10-12 in Austin, Texas. I am a huge proponent of backchannel learning. There are many conferences I would love to be able to attend, but most people can only accommodate one or two each year.

Why I'm reading more mags than ever

Clive on Learning

I can’t copy useful material into Evernote where I can tag and store it. I can’t link to an item in an issue as I can do on the web. Another quiet revolution has occurred in the way I consume media. It started with the new iPad which, with its hi-res retina screen, is capable of resolving detail almost as capably as print.

10 Things the Motorola Xoom does Better than the iPad

mLearning Revolution

I can Browse the web and then just tap the third button, which is always located at the bottom left of the Xoom to switch to my e-mail, or my photo gallery, or to a YouTube video I was watching. Web Browsing. The Motorola Xoom approaches the web browsing experience in a very similar way in which we browse the web today through our desktops and laptops, namely via multiple Tabs.

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Facebook Apprenticeship

Clark Quinn

As I commented on Jay’s blog: I’m reminded of an interview I heard (wish I knew where; time for Evernote?) That sort of open process can be quick, informative, and how Web 2.0 This actually might fit in with Tony Karrer’s post over at the Learning Circuit’s blog about to-learn lists: could we couple learning goals with semantic web to track relevant actions/posts/tags/etc to auto-support to-learn lists?Â

10 Things I Love about

mLearning Revolution

Screenr is a completely free, web-based technology that allows anyone to sign in with their Twitter or Facebook account and record anything on your screen for up to 5 minutes. I have even created a category on my Evernote account, where I send myself emails every time I have an new idea for a Screenr.

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.

Microsoft Surface Reviewed: Is it Right For Mobile Learning?

Bottom-Line Performance

There are some decent news apps, but nothing I could find that pulls stories from all across the web like Zite does. I found many familiar apps, such as NY Times, Kindle, Evernote, and Netflix. I have to admit I was looking forward to Surface for a long time. As a long term Windows user on the PC, the idea of this Windows 8 environment that would transcend devices was exciting.

Collaboration Tools

Tony Karrer

As I mentioned in Real-Time Collaborative Editing , I had a fantastic experience participating in group editing of a Mind Map of collaborative tools during a session at Learn Trends. You can see the result below. But it was interesting to see the results exported which I've embedded below. I would expect the document to continue to grow and change, but thought it would be worth having it available in a text format as well (so I can find it when I need it).

Localizing Visuals- There’s A Better Way

TechSmith Camtasia

If you use visuals for help articles, blogs, support documentation, web pages, training manuals, etc., For one UI screenshot or web image, a common process might look like this: Create the original source image, send for review, incorporate feedback, repeat for final feedback, upload or add to resource (help, web, etc.), If you study some larger companies, Evernote for example , who translates into over twenty languages, they are employing this approach with much success.

4 Ways to Support Informal Learning

gomo learning

Rather, we gain knowledge through a variety of informal means and methods—such as searching the web, asking a coworker for help, or watching online tutorials. Tip: Try using note-taking apps (such as Evernote) to bookmark websites, clip articles, and manage your list. Most of what we learn isn’t through instructor-led training or courses delivered via a learning management system (LMS).

12 Lessons from Failure for all of us by Bill Gross at LeWeb 2011 [VIDEO]

mLearning Revolution

Some of the mobile apps and sites I use for this, include Flipboard, Google Currents, HitPad, Zite and on the web I mostly go to and However, every now and then, I come across something amazing that I often have watch twice and clip over to my Evernote account.

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