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Learn how to use Notability for iPad - an amazing note taking app for students and teachers of all levels.
If you are using an iPad in school you know how valuable a great note taking app can be. The right app has to be fast, flexible, and powerful, but most of all it has to help you learn.
After researching dozens of apps for an Apple Distinguished 1:1 iPad school I discovered Notability.
This amazing app transcends basic note taking to become a flexible tool for teachers and students of all levels.
With over 60 video lectures this step-by-step course will guide teachers and students through basic and advanced topics to get the most out of Notability on the iPad. Each unit includes in depth videos, sample handouts, and a practice activity.
If you use Notability this course will help you become a master note taker!
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|Section 1: Get Started|
What is NotabilityPreview
The 'Welcome to Notability' NotePreview
Get Started Homework
|Section 2: Take Basic Notes|
Move from a Note to the Library and Back Again
Create a New Note
Take Notes by Writing and HighlightingPreview
Erase Writing and Highlighting
Write Neatly With Pinch and Zoom
Write Even More Neatly With the Zoom Tool
Move Around a Note Without Stray Marks
Reposition and Restyle Writing and Highlighting
Take Notes by Typing
Undo and Redo
Basic Notes Homework
|Section 3: Stay Organized|
Create a Divider
Create Subjects Within a Divider
Move a Divider or Subject
Move Notes Into Subjects
Duplicate a Note
How to Tell if You Have Unfiled Notes
Find a Lost Note
Delete a Note
Undelete a NotePreview
Delete a Divider or Subject
Change the Name, Password, or Color of a Divider or Subject
Stay Organized Homework
|Section 4: Take Advanced Notes|
Change the Paper
Create a Voice Recording
Edit a Voice Recording
Match Voice Recording to Writing or HighlightingPreview
Create a Text Box
Take Notes with Voice to Text
Add a Photo
Write on a Photo
Add a Sticky Note
Capture and Annotate a Webpage
Organize Pages Within a Note
Advanced Notes Homework
|Section 5: Annotate a PDF|
Send a PDF to Notability
Send a Google Doc to Notability
Send a PDF from Email to Notability
Bring a PDF into the Correct Subject and DividerPreview
Write on a PDF
Annotating PDF's Homework
|Section 6: Pass In or Send a Note|
Email a Note
Upload a Note to Google DrivePreview
Send a Note to an App on Your iPad
How to Choose a Note Format
Pass in a Note Homework
|Section 7: Settings|
Back Up Notes to Google Drive
Back Up Notes to iCloudPreview
Manage Your Accounts
Change Your Theme
Change Default Settings for a New Note
Change Typing Preferences
Change Handwriting Preferences
Turn Off Web Clips
|Section 8: Activities|
Create a Class Menu
Create a Worksheet in Google Docs
Drop Shadow Effect
The Newspaper Blackout Activity
Download Academic, Athletic, or Artistic Templates
I've been an educator since 1995 when I first stepped into the classroom as a Fulbright exchange teacher in the former East Germany. Since then I've been an Outward Bound instructor, a teacher, tutor, admission officer, house head, evening administrator on duty and I ran the experiential learning program at New Hampton School for almost ten years.
Today I focus on technology integration centered on values-driven technology integration and 1:1 iPad initiatives. Recently I had the chance to help New Hampton School become an Apple Distinguished School and I co-authored the iBook Teaching with the iPad available in the iBookStore
Now I'm the founder of a scrappy little company (one employee!) called Hans Mundahl and Associates, inc a digital strategy consultancy for schools and non-profits.
My free time is usually spent with my family but I'm also passionate about the outdoors and protecting the environment. I'm on the Board of Trustees at the Newfound Lake Region Association and when I have the chance I'm an active hiker, climber, and paddler.
My writing appears on EdSocialMedia and I've been quoted in Mashable and US News & World Report. I also speak frequently at technology and education conferences.