Superheroes of OneNote-based lessons

OneNote class notebooks are a fantastic way to engage students and share your lessons on Office 365. Join us in this webinar to see some excellent examples of lesson resources created in OneNote. We are honoured to have Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIEE) Marija Petreska, Kurt Söser and Tamara Sullivan join us.

UPDATE – Meeting wrap up

Thank you to our presenters and all who attended the meeting today. We were amazed at the different ways OneNote can be used to teach from, share lessons and resources and work collaboratively with students. During the meeting, some of us took some notes in a shared notebook.

 

 

Jump to:

  • Tamara’s presentation – at 4m
  • Marija’s presentation – at 16m40s
  • Kurt’s presentation – at 31m18s

Thursday, 5 February 2015 at 7:00:00 p.m. GMT UTC View the meeting in your time zone | Save the meeting to your calendar

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  In a recent post on blogs.office.com, Marija, Kurt and Tamara shared their “love for OneNote” using Microsoft Sway. We look forward to hearing and seeing them share some of their lessons.   The meeting will be recorded and shared in a blog post after the event, for those who miss it.

Up Next

Ian-StuartWe hope to set a date to talk to Ian Stuart from Glow Scotland, Scotland’s National online environment for learning. Ian has been running OneNote Hackdays with teachers, to get started on his dream of creating OneNote as a Multimedia Textbooks. We’ll talk to Ian about the Hackdays and the progress on the textbooks. Follow @OneNoteC for updates and announcements.

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