With SCRIBZEE®, travelling light for work is made easy!

I have to travel more and more often. I appreciate the facilities available on the train and being able to think, read and work. The carriages are usually equipped with power sockets and on some train’s you can make use of the Wi-Fi. All that remains is to get to work! But you must plan in advance so you can travel light!

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With SCRIBZEE®, my creativity sessions are no longer a paper storm!

As an expert in creativity, I help my clients to find brand names, ideas for new products and new concepts. But a creativity session involves brainstorming where everything goes and in all directions, but the ideas absolutely must be saved! Here, using a PC is out of the question! As session leader, I write everything down, and to do that I use Oxford Smart Charts flip charts and Oxford Spot Notes® post-its. The participants come up with as many ideas as possible and the free SCRIBZEE® app, which allows you to scan, save and share all your handwritten notes, helps me organise

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Fieldwork with SCRIBZEE®!

By Marie-Christine Lefebvre, Lecturer in Communications. My colleague Nathalie is a teacher at a horticultural and landscape gardening training college. On her courses, outdoor study is just as important as classroom-based learning. Plant observation is one of the most important skills her students have to develop: observing, comparing, recording changes and differences, reproducing and putting them together.

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Use SCRIBZEE for making and storing student papers!

By Marie-Christine Lefebvre, Lecturer in Communications When you’re a lecturer how do you go about marking your students’ papers as and when you like, including while on the train, while spending a weekend at your parents-in-law or while sat in the car waiting to pick up your kids, and then securely archiving the papers?

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Use SCRIBZEE® for capturing and viewing mind maps

By Marie-Christine Lefebvre, Lecturer in Communications When organising training sessions on neuroscience, I use mind maps as an educational tool with the trainees. This visual method of organising information provides a means of structuring a concept by showing the relationships among pieces of the whole. It improves memorisation.

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