The Productive Scholar: Evernote for iOS Devices and Computers presented by Anne Langley

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Ever realize you left your notes from an important meeting on your usb drive, but all you have with is your smart phone, and now you need some piece of information from that meeting right away? Evernote can solve that and many other mobile technology problems. If you live a mobile life and use technology even just a little bit, Evernote can act like a second brain, because it allows you to access your stuff just about anywhere from any device. This session will show you the efficient functionality of Evernote and highlight a few practical uses of the software.

Speaker bio:

Anne Langley is the Head Librarian, Science and Technology Libraries and Library Liaison to the Department of Chemistry at Princeton University. She has authored three books on academic librarianship, and is an active library instructor. Prior to coming to Princeton, she was a Librarian and Adjunct Professor at Duke University, and lead singer of the band Fluff Chick in Chapel Hill, NC. Anne has tried her hand at a variety of professions, including deckhand on a shrimp boat, short-order cook, selling Marimekko fabric, poet and construction worker. She thinks it is important to make every day fun.

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