OneNote Class Notebook Creator

[podcast]

This short video we show you how you can add OneNote Class Notebook Creator App to your SharePoint site, and how teachers can use this for collaboration with their students.

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS:

0:00:09.8 Introducing the OneNote Class Notebook Creator App

0:00:25.9 What The OneNote Class Notebook Creator App allows teachers to do

0:00:38.9 How to set the OneNote Class Notebook Creator App as an administrator

0:01:15.0 Where to find more helpful tips and tricks on how to Use Technology Better

Get the creator app = https://store.office.com/onenote-class-notebook-creator-WA104371260.aspx

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:

Mike: Hi, Mike Reading here from www.usingtechnologybetter.com. In today’s short video I want to show administrators how they can add this new tool to their At Office 365 Account and then be able to share and make it available for their teachers.

So the new app that I want to show you is called OneNote Class Notebook Creator Tool. This allows your teachers to create class Notebooks in OneNote and then share it out with their students.

In the next video I’ll show you how to create the class Notebook and how teachers can use it, but in this video it’s just going to be how do we add it to our account. So to do this, as an administrator, just go to your SharePoint account, and then once you’re in that account just click on Apps on the left hand side and then we want to click on Purchase Apps.

Now this will take you through to the SharePoint store. The one that we want here is the OneNote Class Notebook Creator just here. If you can’t see that on your screen then just go and search for it in this top little box up here, and then once it shows up simply click on the little app and then add it to your account. Once you’ve done that it will be available for your staff to be able to create.

So if you’re looking for more tips on how you can use technology better in the classroom head over to www.usingtechnologybetter.com or to ask a question simply leave a comment in the comment section just below where you’ve seen this video and we’ll continue the conversation there.

Thanks for watching.

Download PDF Transcript

Technology, sustainability and saying goodbye to some old friends.

If you were to create a pile of all the LPs, cassettes and CDs you ever owned how big would it be? Where are they all now? Did you throw them out? Recycle them?
Technology has both positive and negative consequences – the impact of some technological change on the environment has been massive. Exploring technology, sustainability and the environment should be part of all curriculums.

VIEW POST

Free sites for current events

Being aware of the wider world around them is important for our students today, but often the news sites can be inappropriate for younger learners. The challenge is how to make them aware of what’s occurring without exposing them unnecessarily to situations beyond their understanding.This blog will share four sites that are written especially for our younger people.

VIEW POST

LearnBytes episode #6 – Michelle Bowditch: Do these 4 things when facing uncertainty or frustration

Samantha is joined by Michelle Bowditch, the founder of Door 20A and a Tech Lover, Educator Connecter & Advocate for Executive Assistants.

In her race against the clock, Michelle shares the 4 things you can do when facing uncertainty or frustration – even with little things like tech problems! We also hear some great podcast recommendations & a handy tip for planning your podcast listening.

VIEW POST

Here’s What
Our Clients Say

PR Industrya

Client

In 2018, Using Technology Better designed and delivered a two phase post-migration training program for this New Zealand based graphic design firm. The initial goal of the training program was to reduce frustration with G Suite, with the long term aim of facilitating a change in culture and collaboration that can lead to transformative practices