Showing posts with label webnotes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label webnotes. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

WebNotes is Shutting Down

WebNotes is an online bookmarking service that has been around for more than six years. It allowed users to highlight, annotate, clip, and bookmark resources. I thought it was a good service and many others did too. Unfortunately, not enough people thought the same way and now the service is shutting down. On November 1st WebNotes will go offline. If you have been using it, you should export your data now. You can find a guide for that process on the WebNotes transition page.

A few services that offer similar functionality as WebNotes are CiteLighter, RefME, and Diigo.

Friday, May 20, 2011

webNotes - Take Notes on Your Android Device and Computer

webNotes is a free Android application for taking notes. You can use the app on your phone or on your computer. Notes written on your Android phone and notes that you write in your online webNotes account are automatically synced. You can find the app in here in the Android Market. Watch webNotes in action in the video below.

Applications for Education
webNotes could be a handy little app for students who use to-do lists to get things done. Students can write and maintain their lists from home, from school, or anywhere in between.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

WebNotes - Highlight, Annotate, Organize the Web

Webnotes is a service that makes it easy to highlight, annotate, and organize your web research. WebNotes has free and paid versions of its service. The free version allows you to highlight, annotate, and organize the information that you find on websites. The paid version allows you to highlight, annotate, and organize information from PDFs as well as websites. There are two options for installing WebNotes. WebNotes can be installed by downloading the full toolbar. The option for installing WebNotes is to use the install bookmarklet that when clicked displays the toolbar on the webpage that you're viewing.

The video below provides a nice overview of WebNotes.

WebNotes Screencast from Alex King on Vimeo.

Applications for Education
WebNotes is a handy little toolbar that could be a great aid to students that struggle to organize the information that they find on the Internet.

Here are some related resources that may be of interest to you:
Worio Search - Discover More Search Results
Internet Search Strategies Explained
UberNote - A Great Replacement for Google Notebook

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