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EdTech Quick Take: Evernote Vs. Notability

Both Evernote and Notability are great digital note-taking tools for teachers and students. But which is best for classroom use?
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Both Evernote and Notability are great digital note-taking tools for teachers and students. But which is best for classroom use? Both tools offer a host of similar functions, but some key differences might make one a better choice than the other, depending on your needs.

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