Media Minute

A Quick Tech Tip from the Media Center

********Ditch the Paper Portfolio!********

Looking to hold students accountable for learning the standards?

Looking to add technology into your daily lessons?


Try OneNote! The online binder accessed with ease through Office 365.

Benefits of OneNote...

1. Clip the web

Clip any web page to OneNote and view it later, online or offline.

***Provides the source url so you, and your students, can see where the information is coming from.


2. Snap photos

Take great looking photos of documents and whiteboards on your phone and tablet with Office Lens.

***Easily add diagrams, examples, or notes that you have used to demonstrate an idea or new concept. Simply use the camera on the device and the image instantly adds to the onenote page.


3. Use it anywhere

Your stuff travels with you on your computers, tablets and phones. Get OneNote for any of your devices or use it on the web.

***No more excuses. Students can access their onenote notebook from any device-including their phones!


4. Work together

Get things done with your friends, family, classmates and colleagues. Share your notebooks with others for viewing or editing.

***It's all about student centered learning! With onenote, students can work together to learn and teach.

Looking to take it a step further? Try OneNote Class Notebook!

Teachers - Get Started with OneNote Class Notebook Creator

Tutorials Available!

If you would like further information about how to get OneNote up and running in your classroom, send me an email and we can set up a tutorial session!