Often described as a Second Brain, Evernote is a repository where you can store just about anything in digital format. Just add your PDFs, images, and videos, then organise them using notebooks and tags. It’s like having an online library dedicated to your research topic. Although Evernote is ideal for researchers, it can be hard to know where to start.
In this interactive webinar, you’ll see all the main features of Evernote and learn how they can help you with your research project. By the end of the session, you’ll have some techniques you can apply right away.
We’ll cover topics including:
Adding content to Evernote
Saving emails and tweets to Evernote
Using the web clipper
Organising your content with stacks, notebooks, and tags
Creating a reading schedule
You don’t need to have any experience with Evernote, but it would be helpful if you’re at least familiar with what it does.
Attendees will receive links to further resources.