I essentially do everything in OneNote and I was looking for tools within the platform to save me time. The one that I’ve fallen in love with the most lately has been Dictation.
“OneNote best practices for educators and students” Guest blog post by Mike Tholfsen Last week I did a webinar with Troy Waller from Australia all about OneNote EDU best practices and “good hygiene” for educators and students. In addition to the best practices, there are lots of other useful nuggets about current updates, and what is coming in the near future for OneNote in… Read More »OneNote Best Practices for Educators and Students with @mtholfsen
This morning my daughter Bacon (not her real name, but what she goes by) saw that I got a Microsoft Avenger OneNote cape at the SXSWedu event. She was very jealous and I hope I can get it back from her. If you need your own OneNote avenger cape you can order them at: https://www.co-store.com/iw
My assignment is to watch a YouTube video and take notes. Using my Surface Pro 3 and OneNote I have found a workflow that makes this process fairly productive. Dock to Desktop OneNote has a feature called “Dock to Desktop” that allows you to be in OneNote and another program simultaneously. Under the View menu you will see the option… Read More »Dock to Desktop with OneNote – This is Cool
By default the Ribbon in Microsoft OneNote collapses to provide extra screen space for taking your notes. If you want the Ribbon to stay expanded to give you quick access to the functions you use most you can pin the Ribbon down. Bottom Right With the Ribbon expanded, look in the bottom right hand corner for a tiny pushpin icon.… Read More »OneNote: Pin the Ribbon
If you are a user of Office 365 and are a Mac user you may notice that when you download Office that OneNote is missing. Mac App Store Go to the App Store on your Mac. Click Here to link there from iTunes. OneNote is available in the App Store for free. Search for OneNote and install. … Read More »Office 365: OneNote on the Mac