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Introducing Evernote

Hopefully, you've had some time to take a breather this winter break. Spring semester is just around the corner though! If you're headed into your new class lineup determined to be more organized this time around, you might be interested to learn about Evernote, an organizational app available for free on all major mobile and computing platforms (Mac, PC, iOS, and Android).

What does it do?

Evernote is a note-taking application designed to make keeping track of your life, ideas, and projects a lot easier. Install it on all your devices for easy access to a one-stop spot to jot down ideas, keep track of deadlines, collect research articles, take lecture notes, and collaborate with others on projects - among many other possibilities. Prefer to hand write notes? No problem! Evernote allows you to snap pictures with your smartphone or attach snapshots, so capture a digital image to store in Evernote and quit worrying about losing all those little slips of paper you've written your best ideas down on!

Interested in Giving it a Try?

Want to give Evernote a try for yourself? Pop over the their website, or visit the Google Play store or iOS App Store on your mobile devices to download. A huge array of great tutorials are available on the web to get you started! Here's a few you might find helpful:

Top Evernote Tips for Students

There are so many great ways to use Evernote! Check out these tips for inspiring ideas for how to get the most out of the app as a student:

We're here to help!

Want to learn all the ins and outs of Evernote in person? We have you covered! Stay tuned to the blog and our site for details about our upcoming classes for the Spring semester, which include a hands on Evernote workshop led by Dewey Librarian and Evernote fanatic Bekah Jarvis-Girtler.

Blog Created By: Rebekah Jarvis-Girtler
Image Credit: Evernote Website (The Evernote Elephant logo is a trademark of Evernote Corporation and used under a license.)

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