Evernote for Librarians

Date(s) - 09/11/2014
All Day



Evernote is a free service allowing users to capture information, access it on multiple devices and search content quickly.  This go-to tool for self-organization can be a valuable resource in the library for librarians, users and students.
Evernote and its companion apps can make life not only organized – but more effective.

  • During this course, we will explore:
  • Evernote Basics
  • Evernote as a research tool
  • Creating and Sharing lists, documents and more
  • How students can benefit from Evernote
Originally broadcast June 26, 2013.

About the Instructor:
Diana Silveira is the President of Novare Library Services, a company that focuses on web, mobile and infrastructure services for libraries. Previous to starting Novare Library Services, she was the Virtual Reference Manager for Florida’s Ask a Librarian Service and coordinator for Florida’s Statewide Delivery System. She presents regularly on implementing technology, best practices and privacy issues online. She also works with libraries to deploy new technologies and develop new mobile and desktop websites. She was the 2011 the Florida Library Association’s Library Leader of the Year. When she is not playing with gadgets and gizmos, she enjoys diving, kayaking and playing her son.