All-in-one note taking and document management app.
Mobile Apps: Android, iOS, Windows
Computers/Labtops: Windows and Mac
Cost: Free and Paid
Features vary depending on platform: The app for each platform is built to take advantage of its' unique abilities
Does not integrate with D2L
Tutorials and Help
Instructional and Technology Support
Provided by SFASU Center for Teaching and Learning
Reviews and tips
PC World: Evernote (Web) Review
ComputerWorld: OneNote vs. Evernote
The Chronicle of Higher Education's TheDigital Campus 2011: New Technologies to Get Your Students Engaged
Evernote: Evernote for your life's work (how students might use Evernote in the working world)
Evernote Blog: 5 Tips to Use Evernote For Academic Achievement
Texas A & M Research Guides: Evernote (be sure to explore all tabs)
Schepman, A., Rodway, P., Beattie, C., & Lambert, J. (2012). An observational study of undergraduate students’ adoption of (mobile) note-taking software.Computers in Human Behavior, 28(2), 308-317.
Walsh, E., & Cho, I. (2012). Using Evernote as an electronic lab notebook in a translational science laboratory. Journal of laboratory automation, 2211068212471834.
View the Evernote website.