Instructors interested in creating digital notebooks for their students will benefit from learning about the Microsoft OneNote Class Notebooks. Check to see if you have the correct access to take advantage of this tool.
- [Instructor] Before we get started, I do want to clarify who this course is for. The purpose of this course is to introduce instructors to the OneNote Class Notebooks feature and how it can be used with students. Now, in order to access the Class Notebook feature, you will need an Office365 subscription for education that includes OneDrive for Business. Also, you and your students will need access to organizational accounts. If you aren't sure whether or not you have access to this, talk to your school's IT administrator. If you do have access to these accounts, and you're looking to create interactive notebooks to share with your students, this is the course for you.
Now, if you're not an expert at OneNote, that's okay. In this course, we won't be going over all the different features and functions of Microsoft's OneNote, but we'll cover enough to get you up and running with the Class Notebook add-in.
- 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