Evernote is an app designed for note taking, organizing, task management, and archiving. Evernote is cross-platform, with a web client as well as applications on Android, iOS, macOS, and Microsoft Windows. It is free to use with monthly usage limits and offers paid plans for expanded or lifted limits. On supported operating systems, Evernote allows users to store and edit notes on their local machine while with Internet access and an Evernote account can also have their notes automatically synchronized with a master copy held on Evernote’s servers. This approach lets a user access and edit their data across multiple machines and operating system platforms, but still view, input and edit data when an Internet connection is not available.

Types of use

·   Planning

·   Content Development

Indicative use in the classroom

Evernote can be used by teachers to create a class notebook, by students to keep notes and also as a tool to self-regulate their learning by planning, organizing and monitoring their learning.

Open access

·   Free access: limitation on notes size, storage space, application integration, etc.

·   Paid plans: fewer limitations and additional features available on paid plans

Link to digital tool/platform: https://evernote.com/