Getting Started With OneNote

Make learning more powerful and dynamic with Microsoft OneNote digital notebooks. Use OneNote to compile and organize information, research, and content; support research, collaboration, note-taking, journaling, and reflection.

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Learning is more powerful and dynamic with tools that are already right in front of you – and it’s up to educators to impress this on students in the classroom.

With Microsoft OneNote, educators can create digital notebooks that support academic standards and education outcomes across disciplines and tasks, such as writing, reading, mathematics, science, history, CTE, and elective courses. Students may use OneNote across content areas and grade levels, and use OneNote to compile and organize unstructured information, research, and content. OneNote also supports research, collaboration, information management, communication, note taking, journaling, reflective writing, and academic requirements.

Learning Objectives

  • Participants will learn how OneNote is organized and how to quickly find materials within notebooks
  • Participants will learn to create, add, and share pages and content
  • Participants will learn ways to utilize digital ink and the replay features within the OneNote app