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Productivity Tools

This guide compiled some of the tools you would be using during your course of study here in SIT, with additional free tools to supplement you for effective online learning.

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Evernote

Evernote

Evernote supports a wide variety of note types (text, images, audio memo, sketches, scanned documents, checklists, and clipped web pages). It has excellent tools for organizing and searching your notes as well.

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OneNote

Microsoft OneNote

(Supported by SIT)

Using OneNote, you can type text, drag and drop images and file attachments into notes, use a digital highlighter, create checklists, record audio, draw sketches, and more.

Key Feature:

Scan and upload images of handwriting, such as a picture of a whiteboard with notes, and Microsoft's optical character recognition (OCR) will make all the writing searchable.

* Microsoft One Note Video Tutorial *

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Google Keep

Google Keep

Google Keep helps your notes flow seamlessly across scenarios and apps. You can type, draw, or add an image (on mobile, you can even use your voice).

If you use the Google Keep Chrome extension, you can save URLs, text, and images as you browse the web. Everything you save in Google Keep stays synced across all platforms that you use.

 

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Milanote

Milanote

Milanote caters directly to designers and other visual thinkers, but it's not for sketching. It's more of a pasteboard or pinboard, presenting a canvas on which you can paste images, arrows, text blocks, checklists, and other elements.

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Notion

Notion

Notion is an all-in-one workspace where you can write, plan, collaborate and get organized - it allows you to take notes, add tasks, manage projects & more.