With the widespread adoption of laptops and mass transition of educational resources from analog to digital, students at present are often disengaged as they have no note-taking app that is specifically for student learning - they are actually using word processors that are generic. Educators have no direct evidence of student learning per concept, and current educational technologies for polling engagement are very expensive. Notetonic is an AI-based EdTech app with a global vision that solves all three problems in a single app at a much better price. Suppose students are taking notes on a lecture being given by a history professor. Any key events or concepts that the students note down, such as “tetrarchy”, would rapid a one-line refresher on what it means (i.e., “describes any form of government where power is divided among four individuals”) and shows a quick image to ignite your visual memory. Studies have shown that the use of visuals increase learning outcomes. As students take notes during class, they can indicate in real-time, directly to you, which concepts they didn’t understand. This is a powerful tool as most students don’t raise their hand in class to ask questions. For example, as a biology instructor, your teacher’s dashboard in the app would show that 53 students indicated that they didn’t understand “genetic recombination”, 87 students indicated “DNA replication”, and 15 students indicated “enzymes”, respectively. Students learn much more by self-assessment which makes this a dream come true for educators. Additionally, students can click into each concept and answer questions and do further reading to build concept-specific skills. Notetonic uniquely integrates AI-based note-taking and digitally interactive content into one app. If you’re a teacher, professor, or content publisher/provider, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get your content into Notetonic.