I had heard of Evernote before, but hadn't looked at it until today. My interest was peaked by repeated references to it that I came across on the Internet and from co-workers over the last few days.
Evernote is a free application that enables you to capture text, snapshots, web clips, or audio, and store, categorize, and index this captured content for easy retrieval from computers and mobile devices. This introductory video is a nice teaser for Evernote's capabilities.
Sounds like a great tool to take for a test run and then share my experience here. Are any of you using Evernote? Please comment and tell us a little about it!
A special welcome to readers of The Official Microsoft Blog!
After having received the most views as one of 5 education technology guest posters on Microsoft’s Teacher Tech blog a few weeks ago, I was honored with a guest post on The Official Microsoft Blog. My post, “Education Technology – Changing the Nature of Education, and Building a Bridge to Tomorrow” was published today (Wed., May 19). [Here's my guest post from the Teacher Tech blog, “5 More Internet Technologies Educators Should Be Aware Of“]. My thanks to Microsoft for these great opportunities to share my Ed Tech thoughts and vision!
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10 Ed Tech Apps That I’m Thankful For