Get the most out of the Teacher Learning Community. Sign in now. Not a member? Click here to get started for free!

OneNote Class Notebooks, Content, Creativity, and Collaboration in One Place (for Trainers)

Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview
Access Now


Would you like to help your teachers be more productive and efficient, while empowering their students and providing them with the collaborative space and feedback they need? OneNote Class Notebook is an amazing tool now available with Office 365 subscriptions that can help do just that. Join Helen Gooch as she details what trainers need to know to provide training for this amazing tool to their school or district. She will show how simple it is for teachers to create a class OneNote with all students rolled into the notebook so that teachers can easily provide content, check assignments, and monitor collaboration and creativity. Helen will explain how the students can use it to always have the most current resources, as well as individual workspaces and collaborative spaces to share and produce. Com discover everything from which settings must be enabled to how each section works for best classroom practices will be covered.

This webinar has been brought to you by Microsoft. Learn more about the OneNote Class Notebook Creator at


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, December 16, 2014 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Microsoft, Sponsored, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: Class Notebook, collaboration, Office 365, OneNote, OneNote settings, paperless, sharing, trainers

Reviews (9)

Full Member
This was a great overview of Class Notebook.
Basic Member
I am excited to play with this through the summer to begin a new year with less paper. Thanks.
Basic Member
Great training on OneNote Class Notebook for teachers.
Basic Member
Thank you! Great Webinar!
Full Member
Helen: thank you for a great webinar!
Basic Member
Really amazing technology. Thanks for sharing!
Full Member
Good info i just need to figure out how i can use one note without office 360. My district is not there yet
Full Member
Thank you for this new learning. I will share news of this presentation with my colleagues.
more reviews ...