What is Microsoft OneNote?
Microsoft OneNote is a program that allows you to work and keep multiple files all in one spot. It is available online or offline and allows collaboration for multiple users simultaneously.
It’s like a digital notebook that can capture everything from thoughts, lists, documents, sketches, photos, agendas, and much more.
OneNote is part of the Microsoft Office 365 package and can be easily accessed from your desktop, smartphone, or tablet. [More Information]
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Note taking, sharing, and collaboration.
Why use Microsoft OneNote?
Microsoft OneNote allows you to gather and organize typed or handwritten notes, photos, text documents, multimedia, etc. To find the organization style that best fits the user, Microsoft OneNote has a customization option that allows you to select your needs (example: teacher, student, or blank). Faculty can access an educator template and begin working in it.
Faculty can also use Microsoft OneNote to collaborate with other faculty on lessons or assignments. Faculty can also easily set up pre-assigned permissions to share with students for a project or assignment and can give the student everything they need in that one part of the notebook.
Also, everything is automatically saved in OneNote so you don’t have to worry about losing your progress. [More Information]
How to use Microsoft OneNote
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Microsoft OneNote is part of the Microsoft Office 2016 Suite available on all computers at Cambrian College. To find it, search for “Microsoft OneNote” in your Windows or Mac Search Box. To have Microsoft Office installed on your personal computer, please contact the IT Help Desk for assistance.