Microsoft OneNote Webinar
What is Microsoft OneNote? The OneNote application is a spiced up Word document with a virtual filing cabinet feel. To be specific through Wikipedia’s definition, “OneNote is a computer program for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It gathers users’ notes (handwritten or typed), drawings, screen clippings and audio commentaries. Notes can be shared with other OneNote users over the Internet or a network”.
OneNote is part of the Office 365 application suite by Microsoft. OneNote feels like a Microsoft Word document processing platform with super hero powers. Simply put OneNote can create notebooks, sections and pages to organize and sort through all your materials. There are many other features that you can use and work with, which would be beneficial for teachers, students and parents when working with this amazing OneNote document. As mentioned above, you can definitely look at this product also the super hero version to the traditional Microsoft Word application.
Our Microsoft Mentorship group – Chris Astoria, Tracy Cramer, James Gill and myself – have been working together to show a “fire side chat” style on how OneNote is used. In this webinar we have come together to be lead by James Gill on the briefing of what OneNote is and how it works. This YouTube presentation is a basic overview of how you can manipulate and work with the OneNote screen. We also introduce ourselves and talk about our YouTube webinar series. We want to help you understand Microsoft products and please come back to learn more!
James Gill has done an amazing article called BYOD with OneNote Class Notebooks—classroom learning with any device on any platform on Office Blogs. Definitely check it out!