The following is a repost from the Office Blog, and looks at some of the latest features available within OneNote in Education.
School administrators, get your Staff Notebook at My Apps or OneNote.com/staffnotebookedu
Back in May, we announced the summer rollout of a number of top requested features for OneNote Class Notebooks, OneNote Staff Notebooks, and OneNote across platforms to Office 365 customers. As part of this rollout, Office 365 Education customers with E1 or E3 plans can now easily access the OneNote Staff Notebook app on their My Apps page in the App Launcher or through a simple link with additional resources at onenote.com/staffnotebookedu. The app is also now available globally in 35 languages across 51 markets. Support for right-to-left languages such as Arabic and Hebrew are coming soon.
Use OneNote Staff Notebook to cultivate and manage educator collaboration
OneNote Staff Notebooks have a personal workspace for every staff member or teacher, a content library for shared information, and a collaboration space for everyone to work together—all within one powerful notebook. With OneNote Staff Notebooks, administrators and teachers can save time, be more organized and collaborate effectively. You can read how one principal in the UK, Andrew Howard, is streamlining administration by using OneNote Staff Notebook in his school, Sandymoor School.
Finding the OneNote Staff Notebooks is now much easier
We made it much easier for administrators to discover the OneNote Staff Notebook app by adding it to your My Apps page. Creating Staff Notebooks is now as easy as signing in to Office 365 and going to the My Apps page in the App Launcher.
1. Sign in to Office 365 and click the App Launcher.
2. Click My Apps and you will see the OneNote Staff Notebook app in the list of Office 365 apps.
You can learn more about OneNote Staff Notebooks at www.onenote.com/staffnotebookedu, where you will find videos, descriptions and interactive guides. You can also sign in and start creating your Staff Notebooks on this website.
What’s next for OneNote Staff Notebooks?
As we mentioned in our blog post last month, we have more changes coming before next year. Stay tuned on this OneNote in Education blog and follow us on Twitter at @OneNoteEDU to stay informed on everything. Let us know if you have questions in the comments or by emailing us at OneNoteEDU@microsoft.com. Submit other feature requests on our feedback and suggestions site, which we use to prioritise our next round of improvements to make you and your students’ lives easier for next school year.