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

GE powers its culture of curiosity with the Microsoft Cloud

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Putting people first in a digital age—BCU redefines member service with help from Office 365

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Make the switch to OneDrive for improved productivity and cost savings

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Craft a compelling resume with Resume Assistant, powered by LinkedIn—now available

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UNSW pilot program delivers innovative learning experiences, increases student engagement with Microsoft Teams

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Conquer time with new features in Microsoft Planner

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Office and Windows servicing and support updates

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New in January—enriching teamwork across devices

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