In the past 11 years since we first launched Notability, the way that students and teachers engage with technology has grown in so many ways, and now more than five million K-12 students use Notability in 53 countries. For our EDU users like you, we’re ready to embark on an exciting new chapter and we hope it gives even more students and teachers the opportunity to learn and create.
To celebrate the launch of Notability 11.0, all schools and colleges managing devices through Apple School Manager will be given access to Notability paid subscription tier at no cost.
For our existing organizations, this means MyScript Handwriting AND Math Recognition are now part of the package. Academic products that were previously restricted in the Notability Shop will now also be included, with new content to be released throughout the school year.
Whether you’ve deployed Notability for years or are just getting started, we’d love to hear from you. Fill out the optional form below so we can better onboard and support your organization.
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We hope you’re as excited as we are to share Notability with more teachers and students! Please help us spread the word to your friends and colleagues! As you begin using Notability 11.0, please reach out to our team with your requests and feedback, and take a few minutes to check out our FAQ.
Curious how to use Notability in the classroom?
The ways that students and teachers use Notability are vast. It’s the perfect study aid for all types of learners: auditory (record and playback audio synced to writing for exam), visual (handwrite with Apple Pencil or share with Presentation Mode), Read/Write (type and annotate).
Students: Notability makes it easy to organize class notes, write out thoughts, record classes, and review for exams. It combines multiple inputs like sketching, handwriting, audio recording, photos, and more into one simple-to-use interface. Students can annotate slides, present projects in class, learn a language, and even complete and turn in class assignments in the cloud. Not to mention it can lighten backpacks; students can import presentation slides or even textbooks to review and mark-up!
Teachers: Use Notability as a single place to collect work, grade, provide student feedback and even present lessons (replacing traditional whiteboards). Teachers also use Notability to screencast and create videos and notes that they share with their students before and after class so that students can learn the concepts on their own time.