Assigning Microsoft Classroom licenses to multiple users

Rachel Chisnall (@ibpossum) and I had some trouble assigning Microsoft Classroom licenses to multiple users. The preferred way is to use Microsoft's School Data Sync if you have it in place. But if you don't and want to make a few quick changes, you're probably going to assign licenses in the Office 365 Admin portal. Within Office 365 Admin, the e…

Can a student participate in a OneNote Class Notebook if he’s Scott Noemail?

Jeff Noss from Princess Anne Middle School in Virginia Beach wanted to know if a OneNote Class Notebook can be used by a student who doesn't have an Office 365 email account. @ktwar231 @DarrellCWebster @mrslyndsayhamby how exactly is it done if students have 365 but no email? Provide instructions please — Jeff Noss (@jffnss) July 22, 2015…

Where are your OneNote Class Notebooks?

The OneNote Class Notebook app used to create and manage class notebooks is being added to the Office 365 app launcher (blogs.office.com). This change is currently rolling out in the US. Some schools were not managing to deploy the Class Notebook app using the recommended method. So worldwide, Microsoft will be making the OneNote Class Notebook app…

OneNote Notebooks: Creating private spaces

Shared OneNote notebooks are an excellent collaboration tool for your team and your classroom. You can keep all your meeting notes, lessons, ideas, research and processes together. Each person can connect and sync the notebook any device that runs OneNote. Sometimes there is a need to work privately within a team or class, then share your work l…

Running a OneNote Hackday – webcast with Ian Stuart, #GlowScot

Join us as we talk with Ian Stuart from Glow, Scotland’s National online learning environment about running OneNote Hackdays. Using the fun and focused Hackday event format, Scottish educators are creating OneNote-based multimedia textbooks that cover their national curriculum. Find out What is a OneNote Hackday? The benefits of using…