Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Taking Notes During Your CLE - Online!

My own State Bar of Texas CLE department is offering a new feature for lawyers who prefer to take their CLE online:  note-taking.  CLE programs have long been offered online, but now users can actually annotate the presentation with their own notes.   If you ever need to go back to your notes, they will be archived for you - you can even go back to the point in the video where you made those notes.

I really like this enhancement, but there's only one problem - I would want to keep my notes on my own computer, or in my own stored area.  I guess that's what programs like Evernote are for - still, it's nice seeing a bar association provide some extra functionality to its members.

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