Earlier in March we released the preview version of the new Class Notebook add-in for OneNote, which provides educators with a much quicker and easier way to create notebooks, as well as distribute new OneNote pages and content to students. Full details of what features and functionality are contained in the live customer preview can be found in this blog post:
Today we’d like to share a teacher’s OneNote story, through an article that originally appeared as a guest post on the Office Blog:
OneNote Class Notebook is the top app in my classroom
by Marija Petreska, 6th, 7th and 8th grade teacher and MIE Fellow at Hristo Uzunov School in Kicevo, Macedonia.
With the release of the new OneNote Class Notebook add-in, the ability to create a Class Notebook with one click right from my OneNote desktop app has made the Class Notebook the top app in my classroom.
I could never find a better place to create and share my lessons in an English as a foreign language classroom. The Class Notebook gives me a place where I can add images, videos and clip art; record my voice or my video; add files; and even embed mixes with quizzes to check students’ understanding.