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Add some basic drawing tools

I'm thinking a 'pencil' with a few colours, an eraser(important), maybe a text box function(otherwise it might be difficult to put text in). And if you really want to go all out, maybe even a line, square and circle drawing tool.

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    ArnaudAdminArnaud (Co-founder and CTO, VideoNot.es) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • prescottgreenprescottgreen commented  · 

        THis is a great idea, especially for taking notes for math. Maybe even a coordinate plane could be added as well.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Loving this: very useful in flipped classrooms, and thinking of applications in assessment for learning. Agree that a few graphic features would be useful, especially for ESOL students who could do with some help organising notes for study purposes.

      • Peggy HalePeggy Hale commented  · 

        I am for the highlighter. Right now, I like the simplicity of just typing notes in. If you put too many bells and whistles, it takes away from students just taking notes to learn.

      • Devavrat RavetkarDevavrat Ravetkar commented  · 

        I think being able to paste any picture into the notes (created or found elsewhere- a sketch made by you or image found by searching or even a mindmap image) will be a more valuable feature to create great notes!

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