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Instagram - a photo-sharing tool everyone is talking about
Instagram is a photo an video sharing app that allows you to take a picture or video, choose a filter to transform its look and feel, and then share it with others who follow you. It’s like a social network for sharing photos where posts can be shared with all followers or directly with one person. Instagram can be connected to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and other social channels so you can post your images and videos there as well. 

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Using Evernote in a multi-level adult literacy class

Have you ever wondered how you could use Evernote with your learners? Explore the videos below to learn how literacy learners from Dixon Hall LBS program in Toronto feel about using Evernote and how Maxine, the LBS instructor from Dixon Hall, set up and is using Evernote in her multi-level class.


Maxine also shared her experience in Using Evernote with low-level adult literacy students webinars organized by AlphaPlus in March. The webinar recordings and presentation slides are available on Archived webinars page.

To learn more about Evernote, explore our
Evernote - keep anything you can imagine in one place article.

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