Take several notes and make a table of contents note that links to them all. This is a fast way to organize notebooks, projects, and topics.
For example, when you scan your student rubrics or work samples into Evernote, it is best save them as individual notes. This way you can share the note with an individual student or parent if they have questions. I've found that you can access it faster as well. But what if you want a quick index of all of the rubrics from one assignment?
In today's 2 minute tip, you'll learn to make a table of contents notecard with a click.
Other Uses of a Table of Contents Notecard
- Create an index of notes on a common topic (used with a tag) – this could be a person, a topic, or a course.
- Create an index of your journal entries for a particular year so you can quickly go back to a certain date
- Create an index of your blog posts or other things you've sent to Evernote via ifttt.com
Evernote is a versatile notebook service and one of three I highlight in Reinventing Writing. Of the nine ways writing has been reinvented, the electronic notebook is one of the most important for students and teachers.
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