Microsoft has recently launched the official Learning Tools for OneNote (Customer Preview) add-in. It can be downloaded from http://www.onenote.com/learningtools.
The Learning Tools for OneNote add-in helps everyone improve their reading and writing skills, including gifted learners, students with learning differences or a combination of any of the broad range of unique student abilities.
“Students spend so much energy decoding that they can’t focus on content. This tool will help...Read more
Interested in knowing more about the amazing free application One Note and how to implement it at your school? The OneNote team is putting on a series of webcasts for IT Admins, starting July 21st, at 12:00 PST. They are having these every two weeks from now until late September. Given the numerous changes, updates, and improvements coming out with OneNote they wanted to set up this series and talk with our IT Admins at schools to help ensure a smooth rollout when the school year start...Read more
Teachers have been using OneNote for years as a powerful tool to deliver content to students or to provide a space for collaboration in the classroom. Until now though, each student would need their own private notebook, or a teacher would need to privacy-protect sections that students shouldn’t see—and the dozens of notebooks a teacher would typically need to manage became very cumbersome.
The new One Note Class Notebook Creator is here…
OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quick...Read more