OneNote in Education

With the growing momentum of OneNote in education, we started this blog to have a dialog with the education community, as well as share ideas, resources, and gather feedback from teachers, students and faculty. We also hope to point to examples of unique ways educators and students use OneNote in education. We will have regular guest writers, including teachers, faculty, principals, heads of school, students, partners and a host of others who are doing amazing things with OneNote in education and the classroom. In addition to the education space, there are great things happening in eLearning, corporate training and on-boarding, which will be discussed on this blog. Many companies are delivering eLearning solutions using OneNote, and we will explore the potential of how companies can do more effective training and learning, while also getting rid of expensive binders and related materials.

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Posts by OneNote in Education

New to Office 365 in April

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Introducing Microsoft To-Do—now available in Preview

Today’s post was written by Ori Artman, general manager of Microsoft To-Do. Today we’re excited to introduce a new, intelligent task management app that makes […]

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

Over the last year, our team has been working with and listening to educators to learn how they are using OneNote Class Notebooks. We are […]

Office 365 ProPlus updates

Today’s post was written by Ron Markezich, corporate vice president for the Office commercial marketing team. Office 365 ProPlus delivers cloud-connected and always up-to-date versions […]

Venue management firm reduces costs, improves collaboration with move to the cloud

Today’s blog post was written by John Hornby, chief operating officer at the NEC Group, a venue management company based in the United Kingdom. The […]

Episode 127 on the new Script Lab Office add-in with Michael Zlatkovsky and Bhargav Krishna—Office 365 Developer Podcast

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The future of work on Modern Workplace

Register to watch the latest Modern Workplace episode, “The Future of Work: Build, attract, connect,” which aired April 11, 2017. Jacob Morgan—speaker, futurist and author—presents […]

Announcing general availability of Office 365 from local datacenters in South Korea

Today, as part of our deep and continued commitment to make Office 365 the most trusted cloud service for productivity, we are announcing the general […]

OneNote—one school, one stop

Today’s post was written by Michelle Moore, professional development liaison for Hillsborough County Public Schools. Teachers need feedback for growth just like our students. Yet, […]

Introducing Groups in Outlook for Mac, iOS and Android

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Office Online Server April 2017 release

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