While you may not consider Evernote to be a social media tool (they actually consider themselves to be an anti-social media tool as the app is all about YOU) it is an amazing application and has some really powerful connective features for sharing information.


I wanted to share this with you as my school (The Montclair Kimberley Acadmey @mkacademy) just launched a 1:1 Learning Initiative and in doing so gave every student in grade 4-12 a Macbook Pro computer and a premium Evernote account.

These two things have really change teaching a learning at our school. I have had the good fortune to speak about this on edTechTalk’s 21st Century Learning with Arvind Grover (@arvind) and edSocialMedia contributor Alex Ragone (@alexragone) as well as writing about it on my own blog and wanted to share those two resources with you:

Please post and share your thoughts on Evernote and how you see it impacting education.

[image source: http://blog.evernote.com/2010/04/06/evernote-for-ipad-wallpapers/]

William Stites

William Stites

Director of Technology at Montclair Kimberley Academy

Director of Technology for Montclair Kimberley Academy (http://www.mka.org), "Blogger in Chief" for edSocialMedia.com, consultant for Educational Collaborators, husband and father of two crazy boys. All that and still trying to find time to write and share as much as I can with you here and at http://www.williamstites.net.