LiveScribe Smartpen Integration with Evernote

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
10 am Pacific, 1 pm Eastern

LiveScribe Smartpens allow students to record audio that synchronizes with the notes that they write on special dot paper. Depending on the Smartpen, content is transferred to a computer via USB cable or WiFi. Evernote is a free app/software that allows students to store notes and audio recorded with a smartpen alongside emails, documents, web pages, photos, videos and more. This allows students to quickly search and share lectures, meetings and ideas any time on nearly any device. Interactive versions of "pencasts" play back within Livescribe Desktop software or Adobe ReaderThese tools allow greater independence for students with learning disabilities in both high school and higher education.


  • How Livescribe smartpens work to improve note-taking.
  • How Livescribe smartpens can interface with Evernote to view, organize, and share notes on multiple devices.
  • How LiveScribe pens have changed the accommodations for students with learning disabilities at Cal Poly.
Presenter John Lee, MS, OTR/L, ATP, is an Assistive Technology Specialist at CalPoly where they've been lending 100 LiveScribe pens to students. 
Archived webinar note: To skip the pre-introductions, after the recording starts running, go to minute 1:14 by moving the dot on the timeline at the bottom of the screen. At minute 2:56 there is a slight technical glitch, so jump to minute 6:18 to skip that bit.)  View it here.

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