What is OneNote?

OneNote is a digital notebook where you can create, save, and access a wide variety of content on any device. Organize and share your class resources with students and colleagues.

OneDrive is a great location to create and store:

  • Tables

  • Text

  • Pictures

  • Illustrations

  • Audio Recordings

Your ideas and plans are saved on pages, which are organized into sections that live within notebooks. With OneNote, everyone can stay organized, share lessons, and work collaboratively with fellow educators and students. The app saves your data automatically as you work.

Curious how it works in schools?

See how educators at Cary Academy model collaboration, scaffold personal organization, and differentiate instruction by using Microsoft OneNote:

List of useful links for OneNote

The 10 best uses for OneNote in your teaching and learning

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