Latest OneNote updates —Embed video, record audio, insert files and more

This post has been taken from Office Blogs.  We’re excited to announce that we added a lot of great capabilities including some of our top education and OneNote Online requests—the ability to add audio and file attachments to your notes! Audio recording Listen up. Whether you’re preserving a lecture for posterity or practicing your accent,…

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Innovative teacher taking learning to the next level at Kerikeri High School

At Microsoft we love hearing from awesome, real-life educators in the New Zealand community. Today we are placing the spotlight on Bridget Crooks, an inspirational teacher in the far north of New Zealand. Bridget is a Drama and Performing Arts Technology teacher at Kerikeri High School. On a daily basis, Bridget strives to provide the…

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OneNote Class Notebook and Office Mix announce new LMS integration features

The recent announcement on blogs.office.com discusses how the OneNote and Office Mix teams are been working together to integrate with all major Learning Management Systems (LMS).This is will bring a multitude of benefits to educators!  The team released three key announcements: OneNote and Office Mix are both officially certified to the IMS Global Learning Tools Interoperability…

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OneNote partners with FiftyThree to support Pencil and Paper, plus Shape Recognition coming soon

Digital handwriting—or inking as we like to call it—is now better than ever in OneNote, with support for a variety of new functionalities for our iPad and Windows 10 users. Pencil and Paper by FiftyThree support OneNote on iPad now supports writing with the Pencil by FiftyThree stylus. Use Pencil to write, draw and erase…

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Top teacher-requested features added to OneNote Class Notebooks

This blog post has been taken from the Office Blogs post 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…

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Top tips to make lesson planning easy with OneNote

Already have your OneNote Class Notebook set up? Awesome! Here are 5 top tips on how to get more out of OneNote for lesson planning and collaboration!    1. Never forget anything again! Use tags to highlight important information and things you want to follow up on. You can use tags to categorise your notes,…

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Helping educators get the most out of OneNote with OneNoteforTeachers.com

By now you have most likely heard about the revolutionary tool called OneNote which is taking the education world by storm! OneNote is an incredibly useful program for teachers and students alike. Here's just a few things that OneNote can do…   Educators can create digital notebooks that: Save time by efficiently organising teaching files…

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OneNote in Education: Teachers using OneNote in the classroom

Take a look at how the teachers at Cary Academy in Cary, North Carolina, seamlessly integrate OneNote into their classrooms to elevate the education of students through presentation, organisation, and real-time collaboration with both students and other educators. [View:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMmRud4B54o&list=PLiluTszfwwMIrT-qHVF7H8TW14WMKRobb&index=26:0:0] But what about a Kiwi school's experience? Shane Mann, physics and science teacher at Rathkeale College in…

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OneNote for Mac and iOS get dressed for school!

We are thrilled to announce today four major updates for OneNote for Mac, OneNote for iPad and OneNote for iPhone. Building on our recent updates in May, these enhancements make OneNote the best choice for taking notes and staying organized at school. Addressing customers top requests, we added several new features in this release including the…

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