OneNote is an integral part of daily teaching toolkit

Today’s guest blog post comes from the amazing Lee Whitmarsh, a longstanding MIEExpert in the UK, who is having an amazing impact on his students through his use of OneNote in his teaching as well as having a positive influence to inspire many colleagues in his own institution. Read Lee’s story to here how in…

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OneNote gives you flexibility

Today’s guest blog post comes from Andrew Bruton, a teacher of Modern Foreign Languages. He is a lifelong learner with a passion for communication and believes that real-world experience is crucial when motivating learners. Andrew lived and worked in Peru for many years, running an award-winning hostel and returned to teaching at a time when…

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Still the OneNote we love, just a better version

The OneNote Team at Microsoft, last week announced a more streamline experience for OneNote Windows users with one combined version of OneNote which encompasses all of the great features from both the Windows 10 app and OneNote 2016 Desktop version. This latest announcement comes as another example of how the Microsoft OneNote team is dedicated…

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OneNote allows us to run like a well-oiled machine

Today’s case study blog comes from #MIEExpert and Minecraft Trainer Kojo Hazel, a PE Teacher working at Treorchy Comprehensive School, one of the few MS Showcase Schools in Wales. Kojo is an avid user of Microsoft technologies and has had great success in utilising his passion for all things Microsoft to develop independent and interdependent…

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Three reasons to choose Windows for Education!

As the Summer term now begins, and buying season approaches, schools begin to plan for the next academic year; we all know that one of the biggest debates for Educators and School leaders looking at technology budgets will be which hardware to invest in? With newly competitive educational devices built for the demand of education…

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Flipping the meeting with OneNote

This guest blog piece is written by Jon Tait, Director at Microsoft School Acklam Grange, and looks at how the practice of flipped learning has been applied to leadership meetings in combination with Surface devices and OneNote to enable more productive and cost effective uses of time. Some meetings seem to go on forever and…

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What’s the difference between OneNote and OneNote 2016?

One of the most commonly asked questions when delivering training on OneNote is ‘which version should I use?’ The aim of this blog post is to dispel the confusion and explain the differences between the two apps to help you decide which version of OneNote is the best choice for you. The below information is…

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OneNote Class Notebook Top tip- Collaboration Space Permissions

The OneNote team our continuously dedicated to working with and listening to educators to learn how they are using OneNote Class Notebooks. With so many passionate and creative educators using these tools to save teachers time and enhance collaboration in the classroom, they are keen to keep improving the user experience. Did you know one…

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Office 365 in the Classroom

Our ongoing commitment to create more inclusive and collaborative learning environments continues today with the arrival of a number of powerful updates to Office 365 Education. Building on the momentum of OneNote Class Notebook, which has surpassed more than 15 million notebooks created since the beginning of this school year, and the launch of Microsoft…


Find out how to increase accessibility and foster inclusive classrooms @ Microsoft Learn Live Theatre, Bett 2018

Visit the Microsoft Learn Live Theatre for daily sessions run by Microsoft experts, hosted on the Microsoft Campus at stand E300 throughout each day – with repeated sessions so you won’t miss out! Increasing accessibility and fostering inclusive classrooms (OneNote, Learning Tools, Dictation across Office, MS Translator) -Wednesday-Saturday at 11.30am and 3.00pm Session Overview Learn…

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