OneNote for Education by Megan Rademeyer - 4 Afrika Virtual Academy 2015

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This is a presentation that accompanies the Microsoft 4 Afrika Virtual Academy webinar presented by Megan Rademeyer and Victor Ngebeni in September 2015. The webinar recording can be found at http://mva.zoom.ms/

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  • We introduced OneNote eleven years ago as a personal note-taking application in the Office suite.
    We evolved it over the years to enable enterprise collaboration with SharePoint, then social collaboration with OneDrive.
    We delivered our first cross-platform app on the iPhone in 2010, now we are across all Apple, Google, and Microsoft platforms

    The ultimate digital notebook for documents, pictures, notes, and any inserted file type
    Audio / Video
    Files/Documents: .pdf, .pptx, .xlsx, etc
    Screen Clippings, Tags, and so much more!
    Digital inking for inspiring creativity, retention, and annotation of content
    Can be accessed on any device (Mac/iOS/Android/Web/Windows) when saved on OneDrive or Office 365
    Can be shared to View Only or Edit/Collaborate with Students

  • Rich note-taking application in Office since 2003
    Users span Information Workers, students, and consumers
    Clients on all major platforms:
    Windows 8/8.1 Desktop & Store, Windows Phone, Android (tablets & phones), iPhone, iPad, Mac, Kindle Fire, Fire Phone, and Android Wear (watch)
    Android tablet-optimized version with handwriting, iPad handwriting in early 2015
    Pre-installed on all new Windows PCs and Phones

  • Mantra (Main Message of Slide): OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities, all within one powerful notebook.

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    OneNote Class Notebook Creator enables the teacher to have the ultimate control in digitizing her classroom with a shared OneNote Notebook where she has total visibility into student work <Click>
    OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities, all within one powerful notebook. <Click>
    Students simply get a link to the notebook that they can open on any device or browser they may have available in the classroom or lab. They can ONLY see and edit their personal notebook (or section group) and the shared Collaboration Space and Content Library (copy-only). <Click>
    Biggest Benefit for teachers and students is that they can collaborate within a powerful digital notebook for curriculum, projects, and assignments. Teachers can see the notebooks for each student and easily grade the work in it in this paperless environment virtually anytime, anywhere, and on almost any device.
    “Anything, anywhere” canvas (type, write, clip web, insert files)
    Familiar organization (notebooks, section tabs, pages)
    Real-time coaching (“Flip the classroom”)
    Natural learning with digital ink to write or annotate
    Fits many learning styles with a variety of inputs and uses
    One Powerful Notebook for an entire class
    Check out this link to the video of St. Thomas School to see OneNote class notebooks in action and then go to OneNoteForTeachers.com to learn more.
    St. Thomas School Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz_AENcK7w4
    CTA: Learn more and try it yourself at OneNoteForTeachers.com

    Announcement Blog Post from 10/7/2014: http://blogs.office.com/2014/10/07/introducing-onenote-class-notebooks-flexible-digital-framework-teaching-learning/


  • OneNote for Education by Megan Rademeyer - 4 Afrika Virtual Academy 2015

    1. 1. OneNote for Education Create notebooks to stay organised, deliver curriculum and collaborate
    2. 2. ‘OneNote for Education’ webinar covers: • Getting started with OneNote • Staying organized using OneNote • Using OneNote with students • Using the OneNote Class Notebook Creator • Case Study: Linda Foulkes – using OneNote to curate and share resources
    3. 3. What is OneNote?
    4. 4. What is OneNote?
    5. 5. 7
    6. 6. OneNote demo
    7. 7. OneNote and classroom administration
    8. 8. • Add “To Do” “Important” or “Question” tags • Share with others or keep private • Link to Outlook OneNote for Meeting Notes
    9. 9. OneNote for consolidating “To-do” lists • “Tags Summary” lets you see all of your “Important”, “Question” and “To do” items • These can be filtered to only show “To do” • Items can be seen across devices • You can share or keep lists private
    10. 10. OneNote for Lesson Resources • Collect web clippings and pictures from the Internet • Automatically notes where resources are from
    11. 11. OneNote for Students http://www.onenote.com/students#
    12. 12. Student Notebooks OneNote Class Notebook A framework for teaching and learning with OneNote and Office 365 Collaboration space Content Library - “Anything, anywhere” canvas (type, write, clip web, insert files) - Ready-made digital portfolio for any class. - Real-time coaching (“Flip the classroom”) - Natural learning with digital ink to write or annotate - Fits many learning styles with a variety of inputs and uses - One Powerful Notebook for an entire class
    13. 13. OneNote for sharing Class Notes • Teacher can add content • Learners can save what they need to their Notebook
    14. 14. OneNote for interactive marking • Teacher can add comments in free- hand • Notes don’t get lost • Can be shared privately
    15. 15. Linda Foulkes – Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert • Created BYOD Shared OneNote Resource for Teachers “OneNote is a powerful tool for connected classrooms as it can be used to provide tutorials for subjects in and out of the classroom, it can be used as a multimedia note taker and as a subject resource to share live with teachers and students”
    16. 16. Next steps • Access OneNote at onenote.com • OR access OneNote as part of Office • OR access OneNote through an Office 365 Education Plan • Visit onenoteineducation.com for videos and resources • Set up your own OneNote for professional administration • Set up OneNote Class Notebook for your learners
    17. 17. Accessing OneNote

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