Before learning about the features and functions of the OneNote Class Notebook, take a tour of a notebook being created. Check out the different sections and get a feel for the look and layout of the Class Notebook.
- [Instructor] Before I begin this course, I want to give you a quick preview of what it is we'll be creating. In this video, I'll navigate through a OneNote class notebook that I've already started to create. This'll be the notebook that we create during this course, and hopefully this video gives you an idea of what it is that we will be creating. So right now I'm inside of my Biology 101 class notebook. This is a notebook that, once I've created here, I'll be able to share it with my students. On the left-hand side, let's take a look at the different panels which we can access, including our notebooks, sections, and pages. So if I click on this three lines icon, here I can see the different notebooks that I have created and saved.
I have one for biology, creative thinking, I have a chemistry, ecology one. If I click on one of them, I can see the different sections. In other words, for my Biology 101, I can see the sections here, which include a collaboration space, content library, as well as a copy of each of my individual student notebooks. From here I can access the work or resources that the students are saving in their notebooks, I can add and create content, and I can create a dynamic collaboration space. So this is what a OneNote class notebook looks like.
If this is something that you think you can utilize in your class, you're in the right place.
- Using the Class Notebook add-in
- Creating notebooks
- Adding students and teachers
- Creating content: text, tables, audio, and more
- Syncing notebooks with the OneNote desktop app
- Adding assignments
- Connecting notebooks to an LMS