Microsoft recently announced OneNote for Teachers, a web-based portal for teachers were educators and teachers can learn about OneNote, its features and how best to use it in their profession. The website guides how to create digital notebooks that support academic standards, platform neutral across various disciplines.
OneNote for Teachers
The portal focus on learning, staying organized, delivering curriculum, enhancing productivity collaborating in the classroom with OneNote Class Notebook Creator. Student work and teacher feedback are exchanged automatically in one place virtually anytime, anywhere.
It teaches how one can eliminate the use of paper by replacing printout on paper with printouts to OneNote. It organizes every lesson, handout and assignment in flexible shared notebook structure, combine creative power of digital ink to deliver the most natural digital educational experiences possible.
There are several reasons you may want to use the Windows 8 OneNote app in class & schools.
Microsoft OneNote is a great application which allow user to carry digital notebook for keeping track of important things in their like to-do-list, clip from web, draw and sketch ideas. The application also helps user organize their home or office on the go.
The features of OneNote are:
- It allows to make lists, quickly write to-do lists with check boxes.
- User can use their device’s pen to add ink to your notes.
- User can insert pictures taken from device’s camera and search the text in images.
- Provide option to share to OneNote feature which allows to send text, links, images, and more to OneNote from other apps using the Share Charm.
- With inbuilt search feature it lets user to search for notes.
- The customize formatting helps styling your notes with tables, bullets, colors, and more.
If you are new to OneNote, go ahead and download the application for free play with it and share your valuable feedback with us. This post can offer you some cool Microsoft OneNote 2013 Tips and Tricks.