Live Sharing SessionsUsing OneNote in a collaborative classroomBy Osaid Baninasor
Why using OneNote and Livesharing sessions Start syncing quickly when other people are also editing the same page People can be writing notes together Being in the same place where your team shares content communicate with your colleagues during a conference call without having to wait for the resulting e-mail volley to reach your Inbox
Why using OneNote and Livesharing sessions Assign a task to a student and know that everyone automatically has the same information Having important events of the day( from news releases that relate to your practice, to client questions and their resolutions ) all saved together, in real time, in one place Create a team diary with OneNote shared sessions
Why using OneNote and Livesharing sessions Track the progress of each group of students by clicking on their pages to see what they were working on and how they were doing Share each groups work with the entire class Excellent tool for brainstorming Can be used in non-edit mode where the instructor broadcasts to all students When the shared session ends, all the students have their own copy of the material
Why using OneNote and Livesharing sessions You can set up a shared session with as many other people as you want Peer-to-peer shared note-taking experience. Which means you dont need some fancy server or web site It is a little like a giant whiteboard that everyone can stand at and write stuff on You can type, paste in pictures, charts, graphs, etc. You can also add additional pages at any time, for
Create your own team diary Create a page layout that helps to organize the content logically for everyone in your group click anywhere on a OneNote page to begin typing. You can easily allot portions of your page to elements such as a reminder list, a task assignment list, and an open discussion area After you set up the page as you want it, you can save its layout to reuse it for each new shared session
Create your own team diary To save your page layout:On the Format menu, click Stationery.In the Stationery task pane, click Save current page as stationery To apply the stationery to any page, click the stationery name under My Stationery in the Stationery task pane. My Stationery appears in the task pane after the first time that you save your own stationery
Create your own team diary In the following example, custom note flags have been used for reminders and assigned tasks
Start a shared note-takingsession On the File menu, click Share with Others. In the Share task pane, click Start a Session. In the Start Shared Session task pane, select the pages to share, and add a password if you want one. Then click Start Shared Session.
Invite your colleagues to jointhe session At the bottom of the Current Shared Session task pane, make sure that the Allow participants to edit check box is selected. (This allows team members to view and modify the selected shared pages.) Click Invite Participants. OneNote automatically creates an Outlook e-mail message containing the information that participants need to join the session. Add the e-mail addresses of the intended participants just as you would when creating any e-mail message, and then click Send.
Identify participants and discussionthreads in a shared note-takingsession Assigning a unique text color to each participant to distinguish the author of individual notes
Manage tasks and remindersTo create tasks and appointments: Select the text that you want to add to an Outlook task or appointment. On the Tools menu, point to Create Outlook Item, and then click either Create Outlook Appointment or Create Outlook Task.
Turn notes into documents Select the notes that you need. On the File menu, point to Send to, and then click Microsoft Office Word A new Word document containing your selected text is created
Keep content of past sharednote-taking sessionsaccessibleTo save a team diary to a shared location: On the File menu, click Share with Others. Under Share this section, click a location.