Getting Started with the OneNote Class Notebook: A Walkthrough for Teachers - OneNote The OneNote Class Notebook is an app for SharePoint Online that helps you set up OneNote in your class. This app will create a class notebook, which includes three types of sub-notebooks: Student Notebooks – private notebooks that are shared between each teacher and their individual students. Teachers can access these notebooks at any time, but students cannot see other students’ notebooks. Content Library – a notebook for teachers to share course materials with students.
10 great ways of using OneNote in Education I've been using OneNote for a few years in my classroom and dedicated one chapter in my latest book on how OneNote can make a difference in your classroom. 1: OneNote replaces the traditional chalkboard Once a teacher wipes the chalkboard, all information get's lost. By using OneNote instead, you can save and share the data. Top teacher-requested features added to OneNote Class Notebooks School has started in most parts of the world, and the OneNote team has some exciting announcements to share! As we mentioned on the Microsoft Education blog earlier this month, OneNote Class Notebooks and OneNote Staff Notebooks are now available for Office 365 customers (teachers and faculty) around the world. We’ve seen OneNote Class Notebooks created in 95 countries, and Staff Notebooks created in 45 countries. More OneNote Class and Staff Notebooks are being created by teachers and staff every day! We are listening to feedback from teachers and staff and improving Class Notebooks based suggestions from educators.
OneDrive for Business VS SharePoint Team Site It's not unusual to question where your content should be stored in Office or SharePoint On-Premises. It seems these days that you can store your content almost anywhere, but rarely do we realize the impact of our decision. When you're working with SharePoint, you often have to decide between two places to store your files and that's either OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Team Sites. This infographic will try to help you decide between the two. Add this infographic to your site by copying this code:
How to Pin a Website (Windows) Note You can pin http and https websites only. How to Pin a Website To pin a site with Internet Explorer 9, drag the tab from the browser to the taskbar. Alternatively, you can drag the site icon from the address bar or from the New Tab page and drop it on the taskbar to pin the site. Note Windows 8: In Internet Explorer 10, site pinning on the desktop works the same as Internet Explorer 9. 11 New OneNote Features Teachers Will Love While you’ve been busy teaching and innovating, the OneNote engineering team has been hard at work bringing improvements that make teachers’ lives easier. Here are some of the many new features released in the past few months that we think you will love! You can download OneNote for free anytime. Math teachers rejoice! With the new Ink Shape Recognition tool announced last November for iPad, iPad Pro, and the Windows 10 app, OneNote will recognize hand-drawn shapes from squares and circles to quadrilaterals and pentagons, as well as flowcharts and Venn diagrams, and allow you to automatically convert them into better, sharper versions of themselves. To turn on the feature, simply tap the new Convert to Shapes button on the draw tab.
23 new keyboard shortcuts for Windows 8 Update, October 18, 2012: This post has been updated to reflect some slight changes from the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and the final version of Windows 8. The first time you use Windows 8, you might feel a little lost with the new start screen, charms, and apps. The best way to learn how to get around the new Windows 8 design and settings may be to use the new keyboard shortcuts. Charms Win+C: Open charmsWin+Q: Search charmWin+H: Share charmWin+K: Devices charmWin+I: Settings charm 10 Resources and Add-Ins for OneNote 2013 OneNote wasn’t the most popular application until recently, having more of a cult following than being known as a go-to app. Resources for OneNote 2013 are not many at this point, and some of those that exist — even those from Microsoft — aren’t always updated as often as you would hope. Still, there are some good resources for OneNote out there. Microsoft’s OneNote blog Although Microsoft’s OneNote blog currently isn’t updated very often, the site does have a good repository of webinars, tips, videos, and how-to articles that give you information about OneNote from the horse’s mouth.