How to Digitize Your Notes

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This week while reading through the posts from over 3000 school leaders in my private Facebook group- Principal Principles Leadership, I noticed a principal shared a little about Rocketbook. Being that I love technology so much, I looked more into it.  Later that evening, I shared the information with the hubs and we decided to order two from Amazon that very night.

I am very excited to get this in hand.  A little side note: If ordering from Amazon, I had it within two days of ordering.  For someone who is so anxious, fast shipping is a big deal.

Let me share what Rocketbook can do for you.

BE INSPIRED

- Use Rocketbook to organize your notes, lists, projects, or ideas.
- Use it as a sign in form to your next professional development session.  (Just pass the notebook around along with a special Rocketbook pen and have all staff sign in to your session.)
- Consolidate all of your notebooks into one notebook.  There is really no need for additional notebooks with this system.
- The Rocketbook allows you to digitize your notes without being in front of a computer screen.  It doesn't require wifi, cords, or any other complicated tools.
-Share your notes and sketches with your staff or colleagues.




Create. Scan. Erase.  Three simple steps.


The Rocketbook does require a special pen.  When you place your order, it comes with one.  I ordered a set of multi-colored ones too.

How It Works:

1.  Download the Rocketbook app on your phone, iPad, or digital device.
2.  Set up where you want your PDF's and images to be stored.  For example, I created a folder in my Google Drive.  All of my scans will go directly to a special folder in my Google Drive.
3.  The symbols in the book and along the bottom of the page are basically just a destination symbol of where you want your files to be stored.  I designated the rocket symbol (first one) to go to my google drive.  The second symbol (diamond) is designated to go to my email.  The apple symbol is designated to go to dropbox.





Take notes and sketches as you normally do with the special pen.  When you are ready to transfer your notes and save them digitally, place an X over the symbol of the location of where you want to store your notes.  Placing the X on the rocket symbol means it will go to my Google Drive folder.  This was determined when I installed the Rocketbook app.  Now, hold you phone or iPad over the page and scan it using the Rocketbook app.  The magic now happens and it will be stored for later use in your Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, OneNote, Slack, iCloud, or Email.  




When you are finished with the page, just wipe it clean with a damp cloth.  The pages can be reused over and over again.




I ordered the EverLast notebook and cleaning it happens with a damp cloth.  The Wave notebook is cleaned using a microwave.

What to learn more?  Watch this video:


Order your Rocketbook here if you are interested in digitizing your notes.

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