As the weather turns distinctly autumnal this week, there’s no getting away from the fact that while we may still be in the time of year traditionally called the ‘summer holidays’, the new academic year is just around the corner.
Right now, teachers and department heads will be working away feverishly on their lesson plans and getting everything prepared for their new intake of students in September. Using OneNote is not only a fantastic way to plan out the content for the next year, but with the OneNote Class Notebook Creator, teachers are able to collate learning materials, distribute them to their students, and update on the go. It’s the perfect classroom working area, as the teacher can view students collaborating within the Notebook and provide them with feedback as they work, as well as set assignments that the students can submit to the teacher through OneNote itself.
Earlier this month we shared details of our OneNote Class Notebooks for IT Admins webcast series. This has now kicked off to great success, but owing to the locality of the Microsoft team members running the sessions (they’re based in the USA), not everyone in the UK who would like to join the webcasts can do so.
So with this in mind, we’re pleased to share the recording of the first session with you now:
Hopefully the questions asked by other educators and IT administrators will give you some inspiration to think about how you can use the OneNote Class Notebook Creator in your own school or college, and if you’d like to attend further sessions, there are scheduled as follows:
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your account manager.
OneNote is free with Office 365, which is also available to students and teachers at no cost through their academic institution’s existing Microsoft Education Subscription. You can check your eligibility at Office.com/GetOffice365.