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Evernote

A popular notetaking application from Evernote Corporation, Redwood City, CA (www.evernote.com) that lets users create notes that are synchronized on all their computers and mobile devices. Introduced in 2008, Web pages, photos and attached files can also be stored in the user's computer or in the Evernote cloud.
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In the age of the paperless office, Neo smartpen upholds the enduring value of the traditional pen and paper approach to note taking while blending the useful attributes of digital technology.
Yeo begins with a preface and introductory first chapter which describe period forms and methods of observational note taking and the characteristics and interests of the self-styled English "virtuosi," including an account of note takers, their methods, and purposes, from the past all the way through their impact upon the development of modern empirical science.
Effects of note taking pretraining and test mode expectations on learning from lectures.
Adonit has tailored its pen to work well with the Evernote cloud storage program and the Penultimate app, which is the top note taking app for iPad.
The Sketchnote Handbook, Video Edition: The Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking offers a lovely guide to taking notes through pictures, pairing pictures and words together for maximum impact.
Immediate and delayed recall as a function of variations in thematic continuity, note taking, and length of listening-review intervals.
The next generations Pulse Smartpen from Livescribe simplify the note taking life of students.
The companion workbook, Concept Modules with Note Taking and Practice Exams, provides a visual guide (similar to concept trees) for each module in the text, with space for note taking, and practice exams of 20 multiple-choice questions for each module.
In the control condition, students received traditional teacher-directed instruction-lecture, note taking, class lab activities, media presentations, and worksheets.
Note taking is essential and it is made easy by narrator Brick's even-toned, moderately paced voice.
The main functions include collaborative note taking (in which anything the teacher draws or writes into her machine gets sent in real time to the students' screens, and the students can add their own private notations on top of her notes); classroom interaction (the teacher poses a challenge or question to his students, who each enter their responses on their screens and send the information back to his computer); out-of-class interaction (students access and replay the classroom session); and in-class monitoring and control (teachers can control what students do during class by disabling web browsing or disabling keyboards).
As formative factors are used with students, teachers should urge students to take notes so they see the value of note taking to enhance their learning.