Evernote Shared Notebooks

I have collected all of the shared notebooks that I could find below in the hopes that they will not only be useful to view, but also provide some sense of potential uses for this feature in Evernote. Whenever possible, I have included the name of the owner. However, most of the time, I only have the user name available. If you know of any notebooks you think ought to be on this list, please let me know!

[EDIT]: Please note that as of today (August 21, 2014) Evernote has dropped support for at least two features: the creation of public notebooks and the text-to-speech with Clearly. These changes to its service have not been officially announced, but upon discovery by users, have been acknowledged by customer support staff — I am afraid this page may be outdated, and you can only know for sure what is available by testing the service thoroughly and planning accordingly, as features might change without notice.

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(Ever)Noteworthy Notebooks

  • chef (Phil Libin). Japan Signs Phil Libin (Evernote CEO) has shared 65 notes with photographs of signs in Japan. I guess we share a hobby, because I like taking photographs of signs (all over the world) as well. I’ll post a page about it someday, but here is a favorite one from a cafe I used to pass on my way to work every day in Nagoya, back in the day. I always liked the idea of a “blundering” world.
  • —–. Comic Book Ads Another one by Phil Libin (Evernote CEO). He has 70 notes with bizarre / hilarious comic book ads. The Air Conditioner ads for “Men Who Want Big Money” remind me of the air-conditioner repairman sub-plot in the TV show Community.
  • —–. Wine Test One more by Phil Libin (Evernote CEO). He has 226 notes with photographs of wines he has tried, and one escapee (“Make $3 to $5 Dollars and Hour Starting Soon”) from the Comic Book Ads notebook hiding at the bottom of the list.
  • dminoz (David L. Major). “The Apocalypse of Hephaestus.” David is experimenting with writing a novel in a shared notebook. It will be interesting to see how the project develops.
  • embryoconcepts. “recipes-tried.” Recipes tried and notes about them. If you are into cooking, then I think a shared notebook would be a great way to collect and share recipes. Contains 53 notes.
  • gayze. “Pyoderma Gangrenosum.” A photo journal of the progression and treatment of a medical condition. It may be a little frightening to read, but this is an impressive use of Evernote to keep track of your health. Kudos to the author for sharing. Contains 262 notes.
  • geoffstaples. “Using Evernote.” A great place to get started with Evernote. Contains 30 notes.
  • Grant Muller. “Workout Log”. Grant has shared his workouts with everyone. This is an inspirational resource with 714 notes!
  • michelleclin. “Paucis Verbis.” A notebook for studying emergency medicine. This would seem like a great resource for people in this field. Contains 103 notes.
  • shjohns2 (Shane Johnson). “TrigStat.” It appears to be an educator’s shared notebook. A great example of how to use notebooks for learning. Contains 130 notes. The author has several more notebooks available on his site.
  • spgscott. “Evernote Help.” A collection of tips on using Evernote. Contains 16 notes.
  • t3hub3rk1tten (Michael West). “AP Calculus BC.” Scanned, hand-written notes from an AP Calculus class. This is an excellent example of a simple, straightforward way for students to share notes with one another. Contains 143 notes. The author has posted a number of other shared notebooks with class notes on his site.

COMPLETE LIST

26joel. “Litschi – Civil War.” A student’s work on a web site about the Civil War. Contains 19 notes.

72dodgedartman. “Leahy-1960’s.” A student’s work on the 1960s. Contains 19 notes.

ashreeta. “Ideas and Articles.” As the name says, web clippings of articles. Contains 28 notes.

baileyc. “Prologue.” AP Psychology class test notes. Contains 56 notes. It looks like the author collaborated with others to create a whole series of these for the textbook at “NeverNote.” A notebook by the developer of NeverNote. Contains 14 notes.

brando83. “brando83’s notebook.” A bunch of audio files. Contains 38 notes.

cdsn. “Diet.” Notes on how to care for dogs with distemper. Contains 7 notes. The author has a few other notebooks on caring for dogs at their site.

chef (Phil Libin). Japan Signs Phil Libin (Evernote CEO) has shared 65 notes with photographs of signs in Japan. I guess we share a hobby, because I like taking photographs of signs (all over the world) as well. I’ll post a page about it someday, but here is a favorite one from a cafe I used to pass on my way to work every day in Nagoya, back in the day. I always liked the idea of a “blundering” world.

—–. Comic Book Ads Another one by Phil Libin (Evernote CEO). He has 70 notes with bizarre / hilarious comic book ads. The Air Conditioner ads for “Men Who Want Big Money” remind me of the air-conditioner repairman sub-plot in the TV show Community.

dminoz (David L. Major). “The Apocalypse of Hephaestus.” David is experimenting with writing a novel in a shared notebook. It will be interesting to see how the project develops.

dpwilkens. “Master Bibliography.” Notes on books related to the War of 1812. Contains 25 notes.

ec1313dspatz. “Spatzd – D-Day.” A record of how the author built a website. Contains 30 notes.

embryoconcepts. “recipes-tried.” Recipes tried and notes about them. Contains 53 notes.

—–. “recipes-untried.” Recipes untried and notes about them. Contains 599 notes.

evernoteshared (Evernote). “Epicurious Hamburger Recipes.” A shared notebook by Evernote. Contains 10 notes.

—–. “Evernote User Stories.” A shared notebook by Evernote. Contains 7 notes.

—–. “Ron’s Tips.” A shared notebook by Evernote. Contains 10 notes.

Grant Muller. “Workout Log”. Grant has shared his workouts with everyone. This is an inspirational resource with 714 notes!

ideaforlife-japan.“アイデア.” Notes about ideas? Contains 575 notes.

jaquesblondes. “The School of Blore.” A lot of whiteboard pictures from a class of some sort. Contains 307 notes.

jopeek. “jopeek’s notebook.” A collection of work notes related to IT. Contains 70 notes.

judy99. “420_iPhoneアプリ開発.” It looks to be notes (Japanese) on programming for the iPhone. Contains 70 notes. The author also has other notebooks for other platforms available on their blog.

labete. “Bartitsu Newspaper references.” Notes containing PDF attachments that appear to be newspaper clippings related to the topic. Contains 201 notes.

lindseycholmes. “LCH SHARED.” Lindsey is an Evernote Ambassador. Seems to be a collection of notes about event announcements. Contains 149 notes.

—–. “NAACP Leadership 500.” Notes related to an event. Contains 14 notes.

mayo-christopher (Mayo, Christopher M). “MAYO.” My shared notebook. It contains a lot about East Asian history and making the most of digital tools for research. Contains 22 notes.

mguhlin. “iPad.” It looks like web clippings related to iPads in educational settings. Contains 126 notes.

—–. “EverNote Tutorials.” Notes about using Evernote in educational settings. Contains 12 notes.

michelleclin. “Paucis Verbis.” A notebook for studying emergency medicine. This would seem like a great resource for people in this field. Contains 103 notes.

mrgoerend. Writing Prompts. A notebook for students and teachers with writing prompts. Contains 579 notes.

—–. Primal. (Healthy) recipes. Contains 133 notes.

napnam. “Web Clippings.” A collection of web clippings, but I am not sure about the organizing theme. Contains 14 notes.

paulium. “Art Design.” 39 notes.

—–. “Semantic Web Tools and Technologies.” 106 notes.

nelenoppe. “notes:quotes.” Research notes on technology and entertainment issues. Contains 423 notes.

njsmyth. “Public Notebook.” Notes with web clippings about social media. Contains 166 notes.

robincamdsphd. “MBA Case Studies.” Notes on doing market research. Contains 21 notes.

robmccrae. “30 Tools.” Free tools for educators. Despite the name, contains 8 notes.

shjohns2 (Shane Johnson). “TrigStat.” It appears to be an educator’s shared notebook. I think this would be a great way to share materials with students. Contains 130 notes. The author has several more notebooks available at their site.

t3hub3rk1tten (Michael West). “AP Calculus BC.” Scanned, hand-written notes from an AP Calculus class. This is an excellent example of a simple, straightforward way for students to share notes with one another. Contains 143 notes. The author has posted a number of other shared notebooks with class notes at his site.

tdaubert. “tdaubert’s notebook.” An instructor’s notebook. Contains 10 notes.

tfmurphhk. Police Foundations in the United States and Canada. Contains one note.

uunfo. “Cup of China 2008.” A shared notebook (Japanese) about a trip to a figure-skating event in China. Contains 38 notes.

vsa-vi. “V.S.A. VI.” Notes containing clippings of news articles (Japanese). Contains 232 notes.

wiliwili. “wiliwili’s notebook.” Lots and lots of photographs of trees. Contains 178 notes.