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OneNote enables free-form information to be gathered and allows for multi-user collaboration. Users can gather notes in the form of typed and handwritten text, drawing, clippings, audio and video.
To share and collaborate on documents you must view the document using OneNote Online.
In the classroom
Students can access OneNote using the OneNote app on their iPad which is synced to their OneDrive account. The OneNote app provides the following advantages in the classroom:
In the classroom
Students can access OneNote using the OneNote app on their iPad and OneNote Online which is synced to their OneDrive account. The OneNote app and Excel Online provides the following advantages in the classroom:
- Automatic saving and syncing to individual OneDrive accounts
- Sharing presentations with staff for feedback and editing
- Sharing with other students to collaborate on notebooks together
- Experience most functions of the full desktop version of OneNote
In the staff room
Staff can access OneNote from the iPad app, their desktop or online via their Office 365 account. OneNote 365 offers the following advantages for staff:
- Edit, share and sync notebooks within ‘cloud storage’ making notebooks accessible ‘anywhere, anytime’
- Share notebooks with students to create collaborative notebooks during class time
- Collaborate on joint notebooks with faculty members and other staff
- Embed links to notebooks on webpages, blogs, learning management systems and email.
How to basics
The following ‘how to’ videos demonstrate how to create, edit, save and share OneNote notebooks using OneNoteOnline, OneNote (desktop) and the OneNote app.
Tips and Tricks