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OneNote: Links and Files

Continuing from where we left of in my previous posts on OneNote about Getting Started and Tables, today let’s talk about the basics for links and files and some ways we can use them. 360 more words


The most handy shortcut is back!

OneNote introduced a handy shortcut “WindowsKEY+S” which activated the snipped tool so you can take little snippets of your screen, and paste anywhere – outlook, gmail, word….   77 more words


OneNote: Tables

Continuing from where we left of in my previous post on OneNote about Getting Started, today let’s talk about the basics for tables and some ways we can use them. 584 more words


Now on Video!

For those of you who are visually oriented I have started making short videos that accompany some of the topics on the site.  They are located under the… 86 more words



Mike is making salsa downstairs. It’s been a typically hot Seattle summer day, and we both think we are crazy to try chop, cook, and can salsa on a weeknight. 363 more words

Students - try this NEW way of learning using OneNote

In the previous article, we saw how audio recording in OneNote synchronizes automatically with your notes.

This feature can revolutionize how students attend lectures and take notes. 1,217 more words


Let's Launch this Puppy!

So, it is the big day, at least in my class, and it is time to get students into their notebooks.  What did I do to get to this point, you ask?  365 more words