Nota Bene: The OneNote Blog

Nota Bene: Tips and techniques for Microsoft Office OneNote (A blog by Michael C. Oldenburg)

September, 2009

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    Head back to class with OneNote

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    Over the years, a lot of students and teachers who already use OneNote have told us that they wish OneNote 2007 were standard issue in every classroom. The word about OneNote’s many benefits in school has traveled fast, but a lot of people in education still have no idea just how well OneNote is suited to daily use inside and outside of the classroom. Read my full blog post for a quick run-down of the free back-to-school resources that are currently available to students, teachers, and parents....
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    Is “narrow-casting” a good idea for OneNote Help content?

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    A colleague of mine has been experimenting with "narrow-casting" — the practice of making Office Help and How-to content extremely specific to a particular audience or user group. The idea is simple: The people to whom certain Help content speaks directly will ultimately get more out of it than general-themed content. Read my complete blog post to learn more about this idea and to give me your own take on narrow-casting. Do you like the idea? If so, what kind of audience in the OneNote community might benefit from it?...
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    How OneNote 2007 helps ‘Halo’ game developer Bungie

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    Video game developer Bungie, the creative force behind the highly successful trilogy of 'Halo' video games, wanted to find a better way to organize production materials and facilitate collaboration among its staff during the game development process. Read my full blog post to learn how Bungie programmers and artists alike have adopted OneNote 2007 as their centralized information repository....
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