EcoFriendly, Virtual Learning Must-Have Notebooks

Natasha Watts

During your time with virtual learning, have you found it frustrating having to submit photos of your math work? Have you become sick of using a notebook when all of your other work is online? If this is the case, you might want to check out the RocketBook brand of notebooks. 

Though they are a little pricey, these notebooks are worth the investment. You can use each page approximately 500 times, wiping away your notes with a damp cloth. “But why would I wipe away the notes? I’ll need them in the future!” No need to worry! The RocketBook app, which is free in the playstore, lets you turn your handwritten notes or drawings into PDFs that you can send directly to your Google Drive (or even just email them to yourself) by scanning the pages of the notebook via your phone camera.

I’ve had a RocketBook Everlast and a RocketBook Everlast Mini for about a year and they’ve really come in handy during this remote-learning period. I’ve been recommending it to people at a probably annoying rate. The one thing I view as a downside is that you have to use “Frixion” brand erasable pens with the notebook, or the ink won’t completely wipe away. Other than that, I haven’t had any issues with the notebooks or the app it links to. If you want to be a little more eco-friendly and save time submitting your handwritten assignments, I would highly recommend the notebooks from RocketBook.