OneNote + Tablets

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A presentation that I gave in November 2010 at our Computer Information Night(s), regarding effective use of OneNote and Tablet PCs in a school environment.

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  • Organizing school life through Tablets & OneNote
  • Before beginning to use Tablet PCs in 2008, I had a "standard" laptop.
  • Using folders and having multiple files for notes, articles, and other minor pieces of work, cluttered my 'My Documents' folder.
  • Word documents full of class notes, over 10,000 words / 55 pages long, made it difficult to find information.
  • Doing my mathematics work on paper / in exercise books, was messy and confusing, making it difficult to learn from notes, and previous mistakes.
  • And then there was the amount of paper that was given out. I don't have an exact number of how much, but considering that last year, a year during which I exclusively used my Tablet, I went through roughly 1,000 sheets of paper, the vast majority being handouts, it certainly was a lot of paper.
  • This became too much for in early 2010, so I decided to use my Tablet PC for all my school work. I was able to put feelings of being overwhelmed by paper, loosing or 'misplacing' pieces of paper, and the messiness of things everywhere, behind me, largely through the use of OneNote.
  • OneNote + Tablet PC. For info about the demo, see: www.malteahrens.com
  • So, with all my notes in OneNote on my Tablet PC, synced with Office Live, I have been able to organize my school life without being in a mess of paper, loosing paper, or being overwhelmed by paper.I haven't look back.
  • OneNote + Tablets

    1. 1. +<br />
    2. 2. What<br />happened<br />before?<br />
    3. 3. Notes, Articles, Minor pieces of work<br />
    4. 4. Contents Pages<br />Brain-storming<br />‘Minor’ Work<br />Notes<br />Blank<br />
    5. 5. Tests<br />Handouts<br />Work<br />?<br />Notes<br />Headings<br />Notes<br />
    6. 6.
    7. 7. What made me change?<br />Overwhelmed<br />Things got lost<br />Messy<br />
    8. 8. What<br />I use now?<br />
    9. 9. Summary<br />Easy to find<br />Easy to take notes<br />Easy to back-up<br />

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