Microsoft OneNote has been one of our favorite note-taking apps for years, and it keeps getting better. The app is completely free to install on your Mac or Windows desktop and lets you format notes any way you wish in an intuitive digital notebook interface. Here’s how to get started with OneNote and take your notes to the next level.
Whether your students are converting complicated math equations, clipping inspiration off the web to save for later, translating English to French (and back again), or just trying to stay organized and focused, OneNote’s features are designed to help students succeed. Discover more about how OneNote keeps the classroom running smoothly.
Microsoft apps to be embedded into edtech powerhouse PowerSchools Unified Classroom (Image: Microsoft) Microsoft is making yet another push into the classroom. But this time its using the buddy system today announcing a high-profile partnership with education technology standard-bearer PowerSchool. PowerSchool has a prominent cloud-based K-12 student information system for school districts that handles administration of data from student attendance to grades. More recently PowerSchool has added
Today Microsoft announced a slew of new features for teachers and students who use Office 365 Education. Among those new features is an option that anyone using OneNote Class Notebooks is sure to appreciate. That is the new option to lock pages as "read only" for students. A couple of other new OneNote features to note (see what I did there?) are the integration of Desmos and new digital stickers to use when giving feedback on a OneNote page. Desmos is a free graphing calculator. I've covered De
This week Microsoft announced a handful of new OneNote and Teams features. These new features were all developed for the purpose of improving collaboration and transparency. Rubrics in Teams Back in February Microsoft acquired Chalkup. One of Chalkup's primary services was to provide a platform for creating sharing using rubrics to grade assignments online. Chalkup's capabilities are now found in Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams now lets use rubrics to grade assignments. Students can see the rub