Today Frédéric Massart from Moodle HQ released a fantastic new plugin for those who use Evernote as a repository of education related content. The plugin was funded as part of the 2013 Google Summer of Code (GSOC) for Moodle.
For those not familiar with GSoC it is a global program provided by Google that offers post-secondary student developers ages 18 and older stipends to write code for various open source software projects. Moodle has been part of GSoC for a few years now. Each year Moodle has listed several projects for GSoC students to participate in. For this particular project Frédéric mentored Vishal Raheja, the developer assigned to this project.
Once installed this new repository type allows users to browse their notes and download the files they contain. Access your notes via your notebooks, tags and saved searches. You can also use the powerful search provided by Evernote.
This is a great addition for any organisation that utilises the Evernote toolset and from my testing so far works as advertised.