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Dropbox allows you store your files online, easily share files with others, and sync your documents with multiple computers and mobile devices.
This is a must have tool for educators! It's Free, Convenient, and Saves Time!

Dropbox Demo

Using the Magic Pocket: A Dropbox Guide (published by MakeUseOf) - PDF
Dropbox loves schools! If you are an educator you can get double the credit for referrals. That's 500 MB per friend that you invite!
Sign up for Dropbox here and you will get an extra 250 mb of storage space.

Other file sharing tools:
WeTransfer - Free! No Registration! Send up to 2 GB files! Stores files for 2 weeks!
LetsCrate - Drag & drop file sharing.
Senduit - Free! No Registration! Upload your file (100 MB limit) and share a private link! Links active for up to 1 week!

Organizing meetings with others has never been so easy! It's FREE! No Registration!

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Basics of evernote tutorial

Evernote on iPhone

Evernote for the Educator:
  • Easily share files through email, publishing, or private invites
  • Upload grades
  • Anecdotal records using the photo tool
  • To-Do Lists
  • Keep track of research notes by clipping websites
  • PDF are searchable with word recognition
  • Record audio bytes of lectures, play back for self-reflection purposes
  • Tagging feature and adding new notebooks helps keep you organized
  • Easily sync from multiple devices: web, desktop, mobile phone, iPad, etc.

Additional Resources:
Ten Tips for Teachers Using Evernote
Evernote for Students- The Ultimate Research Tool
Evernote will Organize Your Life: Classroom 2.0 Forum

Google Forms in Education

Online Quizzes

10 Google Forms for the Classroom
More Ideas for Using Google Forms in Education
Using Google Forms to Create an Online Quiz

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