For eons, students have used multiple notebooks, binders, and folders to take notes for their classes, but no longer. By following the steps outlined in this blog in tandem with your Rocketbook notebook and app, you’ll have the ability to:
In other words, you’ll be a successful student with just one notebook. Imagine how impressed your classmates will be when they realize you’re only using a single notebook for every class. The answer is very, they will be very impressed.
First, decide how you want to organize your prized possession — your Rocketbook notebook — for all of your classes. Ask yourself:
If yes, keep things organized by adding notebook tabs to divide your notebook into separate sections for each class’s notes.
If you’ve got multiple classes in one day, the answer is probably yes. After every class, scan your notes into Google Drive [see section 2 below] and erase your notebook so it’s like a fresh, brand new one subject notebook all over again. It’ll even have that classic new notebook smell.
Pro Tip: For added consistency, color code each classes’ notes to match the color of that section’s notebook tab.
Next, use the Rocketbook app to create folders in Google Drive (or another preferred cloud destination): once again, one for each class. These folders will store your notes. Following these steps for your first class (for this example the class will be “Rocket Science”):
Pro Tip: Use the inside cover of your Rocketbook notebook to write down which class each destination symbol represents. Note: this page can be erased.
Congrats! You’ve just successfully created a link between analog and digital worlds. More specifically, you’ve created Google Drive folder that will store all your scanned Rocket Science class notes. This is the first leg of your journey towards a truly futuristic scholastic experience.
Repeat these steps to create folders for all of your classes and to be one step closer to using one notebook for all your classes.
You’re almost there. If using a single Rocketbook notebook for all your classes was a NASA mission, you’d be on your way back home. All there is left to do is to upload your notes to Google Drive before you erase them, which is visually explained in this video that includes some very exciting music.
Once all your classes’ notes are uploaded to Google Drive in their respective class folders, it’s easy to submit assignments by email, Blackboard, or any other virtual classroom module your school uses.
“Uh oh”, you might be thinking. “What if I have so many notes in one class that I can’t find the right assignment?” or “what if I accidentally erase a page before I scan it?”.
Don’t worry, we’ve thought of all that.
Now you‘re equipped with the knowledge to use a single Rocketbook notebook for all your classes. So the next time any of the class sections in your notebook gets full, b̶u̶y̶ ̶a̶n̶o̶t̶h̶e̶r̶ ̶n̶o̶t̶e̶b̶o̶o̶k̶ use the Rocketbook app to scan, save, erase, and reuse your single notebook all semester long without having to spend any money on additional school supplies. Your back, your wallet, and your report card will thank you (that’s a metaphor, those things can’t actually speak).
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