Every week I share one or more practical tips with the staff in our school. These tips I also publish here and hope you find them useful.
During a recent INSET day, a few staff were talking about the apps they use to take notes on the iPad. Most popular seemed to be the built in Notes app, which is great for simple note taking. However, your notes are only available to edit on your iPad.
As an alternative you may like to try a free service like Evernote:
– take and edit notes on different devices
– always synchronised, so your notes can be accessed on your iPad, Windows laptop, or even your phone
– just visit http://www.evernote.com and sign up for a free account
With Evernote, you can also use the free Penultimate app, which supports handwriting and sketch notes:
– capture hand-written notes with your finger or a stylus
– draw free-form illustrations and annotate images
– synchronise with your Evernote account
– share your notes with others
If you want to try using a stylus with your iPad, Penultimate is a great place to start. You don’t need an expensive stylus – just a cheap one will do!
Happy note taking.