OneNote Class Notebook updates include read-only parent or guardian access and Collaboration Space permissions

We are continuously impressed by the passion and creativity of teachers and students who are using our tools. A common theme we heard was how OneNote continues to save teachers time and enhance collaboration in the classroom. In our conversations, we learned that parents and guardians are also curious to learn more about OneNote to help engage with their students’ learning progress. To address the top requests we heard from teachers, administrators and parents/guardians, we’re pleased to announce the release of four new features in OneNote Class Notebook.


“Small steps to big impact” – Register now for Hack The Classroom, September 24th

Hack The Classroom is back! On Saturday 24th September educators from all over the world will come together to share ideas, experiences, insights and conversation, as the education community as a whole looks to drive further innovation in the classroom through the use of technology. The theme for this live event will be “small steps to big impact”, and joining host Anthony Salcito is a line-up of exciting industry speakers and trailblazing educators, featuring many hacks created by teachers from around the world.


Daily Edventures – #MIEExpert Lee Whitmarsh on OneNote collaboration for photography

This week on Anthony Salcito’s Daily Edventures blog is an interview with UK #MIEExpert Lee Whitmarsh. The pair caught up at the recent Microsoft E2 Global Educator Exchange, and here they discuss the collaborative power of OneNote, specifically within the context of artistic subjects. — For art educator and new Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (#MIEExpert) Lee Whitmarsh,…


Increasing collaboration and productivity through Unified Communications – Microsoft @ UC Expo 2016

One of the key pillars of Microsoft’s mission within education is to empower anytime anywhere learning for all. Our portfolio of different productivity tools, platforms, systems, teacher resources and more provide students and educators with the technology to enhance the way they deliver their curricula and engage with materials. Anytime anywhere learning might mean anything…


Exciting Learning: Collaboration and Communication

In the modern day, it is essential that children learn how to communicate and collaborate using technology in order to interact, not only in their personal lives, but in their education and future employment too. Communication is constantly evolving, and even more so today due to the fast paced technology environment. Within the space of…

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Lync Server 2010 Event, Cardinal Place, 4th March 2011

How Microsoft Lync evolves the education experience, improve staff & student learning/collaboration while driving down costs I am delighted to invite you and your colleagues to join us at Microsoft London (Cardinal Place) for a Lync education event on the 4th March 2011. Modern education establishments require a modern communications solution. One that enables staff,…

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Collaboration in the cloud – connecting Huddle and SharePoint

Huddle.net is a web-based collaboration system, which is designed to complement existing learning management systems or virtual learning environments by providing additional tools such as file sharing, task management, discussion forums and live collaboration. It recently won the Microsoft SharePoint SocialFest competition, because of the way that it sits alongside SharePoint – for example, to…

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Improving student services, and saving money – How Brockenhurst College did it

I hope that you’ve already heard about the Live@edu service, which provides a free, hosted email service for your students, based on Exchange 2010. It allows you to provide each learner with a free 10GB inbox as well as an additional 25GB of online storage space. Over the last couple of years, 10% of UK…

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