If learning OneNote has been on your to do list, look no further than Atomic Learning.
Atomic Learning has an hour-long course on OneNote that will get you going on using this powerful tool to support your learning. You can log into and search for OneNote in Atomic Learning, or you can follow the links we’ve posted here.
As an added bonus, you can get paid for learning about OneNote. Read up about the requirements around Atomic Learning here and here, and check how many tech hours you’ve used up here.
Last week, Microsoft rolled out an add-in called The Class Notebook Add-in which makes managing Classroom Notebooks much easier for teachers.
Features include the ability to distribute a page directly into a student’s Student Notebook, rapid, sequential review of student work and one-click launch of the Classroom Notebook app.
Read up on all the new features and how to install the add-in here.