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Phil Burney, lead presenter in the Microsoft Showcase Classroom, takes you through a short demo showing you how to create a OneNote Class Notebook.
OneNote Class Notebooks have a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities.
Organise your lesson plans and course content in your own digital notebook.
Keep everything in a OneNote Class Notebook, and use its powerful search to find what you're looking for, even text in pictures or handwriting.
Your notebooks are saved automatically and can be viewed from any devices, online or offline.
OneNote is part of Office 365, which is available to staff and students at no cost through their academic institution - click here to check eligibility and download Office 365 to your PC/Mac, mobile device and tablets now: http://www.office.com/getoffice365.