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  • Blog Post: OneNote for Mac update: Print, capture content and more

    Originally posted on the OneNote Blog on 1st May 2014 Today we are thrilled to announce a set of exciting OneNote updates: OneNote for iPhone , OneNote for iPad and OneNote for Mac. We launched OneNote for Mac last month , and today we’re delivering the first major update that includes some...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started: OneNote Web App

    Originally posted on the Office Blogs 28th January The OneNote Web App lets you capture and access notes and ideas from any web browser. With no download required, you can use it anywhere: at your friend’s house, at the airport, or even on a device that doesn’t have OneNote already installed. If you...
  • Blog Post: Back to School with OneNote

    Originally posted on the OneNote Blog . As a college student, Liz Scoble loved using OneNote to keep all of her class notes organized and stay on top of her daily to-do's. She recently joined the OneNote team after graduating from Washington University in St. Louis. Here, Liz shares her favourite OneNote...
  • Blog Post: Bett 2013: Using devices to empower students session

    At Bett 2013, our Microsoft Learn Live Theatre will be host for sessions delivered by teachers, network managers and Microsoft staff to reveal how technology can make a real difference within your institution. David Rogers from the Priory School will be delivering one of the sessions at Bett 2013 at...
  • Blog Post: Using Samsung Series 7 slates in the classroom in Australia

    St Catherine's School is a girls school in Sydney with nearly 1,000 students and a 1:1 programme for their students. They are using Samsung Series 7 slates , running Windows and Microsoft OneNote to support learning right across the curriculum. What that means is that they can run all of their existing...
  • Blog Post: Get started using OneNote

    Some of you might want to know what OneNote is. It's the ultimate digital notebook. Think of it as a giant container where you can collect and organise all sorts of information. You can use it as a scrapbook, photo album, research notebook, and more. A OneNote notebook is organised like a traditional...
  • Blog Post: Office Casual: OneNote for School

    Class assignments, schedules, homework, projects, and research can all be kept and searched in OneNote. In this short video, Doug Thomas shows students a few tricks about using images and how to share OneNote between multiple PCs, slates, Macs, and phones. View the full video below.
  • Blog Post: Customisation of OneNote

    Part 3 of a series of blog posts on OneNote in the classroom from Adrian Edgar , Independent Education Consultant. Adrian was Director of ICT and SMT at Culford School for 7 Years. In this final part of this post, I’ll demonstrate some of the useful settings we’ve changed in OneNote to aid assessment...
  • Blog Post: OneNote in the Classroom: Practical Guide to Task Management & Creating Shared Resources

    Second in a series of guest posts from Adrian Edgar , Independent Education Consultant. Director of ICT and SMT at Culford School for 7 Years. In the first part of this blog post series, I went through the process pupils should use to set up the Homework Library and how they assigned the necessary permissions...
  • Blog Post: OneNote and SharePoint 2010: Online Collaboration and Social Independent Learning (part 1)

    First in a series of guest posts from Adrian Edgar , Independent Education Consultant. Director of ICT and SMT at Culford School for 7 Years. Last week I was lucky enough to be part of the Microsoft Education team at BETT 2012 . I spoke on the subject of using OneNote 2010 and SharePoint 2010 MySites...
  • Blog Post: Some major historical events reimaged with Office 2010 – some Friday fun

    Here’s some Friday fun for you. My colleague Rich Lane, Account Technology Strategist, came across these short films  (whilst actually searching for something else and shared it with the team.) I loved them so much, I wanted to share them with you.   The Wright Brothers   Houston and Apollo...
  • Blog Post: Teaching with OneNote: How students benefit

    Originally posted by Michael C. Oldenburg on the OneNote Blog : For Kelvin Dueck, a Math and Science teacher from the town of Pitt Meadows in Canada, using OneNote 2010 on his Windows Tablet PC has turned out to be one of the best-ever teaching solutions he could have hoped for — both inside...
  • Blog Post: Sneak peak at the Microsoft stand at BETT 2011

    Firstly, Happy New Year! I hope that your Christmas and New Year celebrations were fun filled, action packed or a chance to unwind and relax before starting a new year and a new term in school. I know many of you will be attending the BETT show 2011 , taking place from Wednesday 12th –Saturday 15th January...
  • Blog Post: Reducing the school printing budget by two thirds

    After last week's post about saving money by printing less, I asked Gerald Haigh if he could have a chat with Ian Stuart at Islay High School, to get an update on their project, first reported in the Guardian a couple of years ago. They too were aiming to reduce their printing costs. Gerald picks up...
  • Blog Post: Overview sheets for Microsoft Office 2010

    After over 7,500,000 downloads of the beta version of Office 2010, there’s a good chance that somebody in your school will have been running the new version of Office for a while. And they may be able to summarise the key things that are new in each of the Office applications. But just in case they can...
  • Blog Post: Monkseaton High School – using OneNote to build a Connected Learning Community

    Following on from the Sunday Times article last week , and my post about the written case study three weeks ago, I’ve now also got a copy of the video that was made a few weeks ago. Monkseaton High School and OneNote This video explains some of the background to the Sunday Times story, and you can hear...
  • Blog Post: Monkseaton High School making news again – pupils learning at home

    Two weeks ago, I wrote about their new case study that Monkseaton High School had produced with us, and yesterday I opened up the Sunday Times and saw them again, on page 5 , under the headline School’s out as pupils learn at home on ‘Facebook’ site It’s got to be the most unusual way I’ve heard...
  • Blog Post: OneNote and Learning Styles

    Last year, I wrote about the booklet on OneNote and Learning Styles produced by Ole Lauridsen from the Aarhus School of Business, Denmark. Late last year, Ole visited the Microsoft Campus in Seattle and gave a talk about his project, and explained more of the background to supporting different learning...
  • Blog Post: Taking a road trip

    Yesterday we were out and about on a West Midlands road trip with a gaggle of colleagues from the global education team. The aim of the trip was to see some of the things that are happening in UK schools, to inform our future directions and policies. It was a little bit like a school trip, as I checked...
  • Blog Post: OneNote – Part II

    Earlier today , I wrote about OneNote, and I got an email shortly afterwards drawing my attention to the video on the Tips page above the one I mentioned, which was about a group of pupils from a Norwegian Primary School. I had a look, and I can’t believe I missed it – not only for the fact that the...
  • Blog Post: One-derful

    Not sure if I can get away with such a corny title but, hey, I’m trying to unleash my creativity for the summer holidays I’m a fan of OneNote , but I know that it’s relatively undiscovered by teachers and students. It is included in the version of Office Home & Student that’s sold through retailers...
  • Blog Post: Learning about Learning Styles

    A few years ago, you couldn’t go to an education conference without hearing all about learning styles (Auditory, Visual, Tactual, Kinesthetic & Verbal). Now it’s as though it never happened – conferences are talking about personalisation, policy and Every Child Matters. Even though it’s no longer...
  • Blog Post: OneNote - an unsung hero?

    Ask most people what's in the Office suite, and they'll be able to tell you about Word, Excel and PowerPoint. And at a push, they'll mention Access, or Publisher. But most people haven't even heard of OneNote, or even tried it. And yet, of all of the Office programmes, it is the one with most untapped...
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