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1 OneNote: Digital Organization for Educators Richard Snyder Teacher-Librarian Lake Washington School District

2 Overview of Workshop  Objectives of Our Class  Introduction of the Program  Reasons to Use OneNote  Real-Life Examples  Skills  Work Time  Assessment/Review

3 Reminders  Please silence phones/pagers  Answer calls outside the room  Take breaks as needed  Instructions and information on the wiki  Post (and answer) questions to the back channel

4 Objectives of Our Class  See Uses of OneNote  Learn Foundation Skills  Explore Advanced Skills  Have Work Time to Create a Notebook

5 Introduction to OneNote 2007

6 What Is It? An Organization ToolA Collaboration Tool A “Get-Rid-of-Extra-Paper” Tool

7 What Isn't It?  A substitute for a word processing or publishing program  Use to gather ideas  A substitute for  Post ideas that may not need immediate attention  A substitute for a system that works well for you  Incorporate as useful

8 Reasons to Use OneNote  To organize information  To retrieve information quickly  To maintain information from year to year  To deliver information in a collaborative way

9 Real-Life Examples of OneNote  Library notebook  Personal notebook  Student use

10 What You Should Know  In general  Problems you may get  Why it's better  Why you would want to stick with your current system

11 Skills  Overview of program (menus, bookshelf, notebook tour)  New notebook, section, page  Storage of notebook (here: on flash drive)  Annotate  Synching  Table, screen clipping, web information  Files (link, file, printout)  Working with unfiled notes  Tags, Tasks  Searching  Recording (demonstrate)

12 Work Time  Develop personal curriculum notebook  Develop student notebook  Save it as “OneNote Single File Package”  Develop home notebook

13 Assessment  Reflections  What Did You Create?  Making a Collaborate Notebook  Work with IT Department  Issues  What to Know When You Go Home

14 OneNote What's Different?  Better integration between Outlook and OneNote  Recycle bin to recover pages/notebooks  Page versioning will display multiple versions  Authors shows (or hides) the authors’ initials of a specific set of content  New context menus for pasting content allow you to see additional options when using Ctrl+V  Context-sensitive menus for right-click  Cloud synching (mobile devices)  Source:

15 Contact Information Richard Snyder NBCT Teacher-Librarian

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