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In this video, I’ll show you how to drag a PowerPoint presentation into OneNote and take notes next to the slides.
Find out more about how OneNote and PowerPoint are better together!
Gather videos and photos of you and your friends and make a commemorative movie using Windows Live Movie Maker. When you’re done, you can publish your movie to YouTube, Facebook, or even to Windows Live SkyDrive.
Download the free program and get started today!And if you're the über creative type, try writing your own graduation song. You could become an Internet sensation like Corey Tynan!
Congratulations, graduates!--Jennifer Bost
Did you know that May is Teacher Appreciation Month? Well, the month’s not over yet. So consider this a gentle reminder to
reconnect with those teachers who have inspired you over the years. Let
them know how much you appreciate what they do for you.
Share your teacher appreciation message!
If you use Office 2003, you might have heard quite a bit about the "ribbon" when it first appeared in Office 2007. Maybe it scared you off. Maybe you heard great things. Maybe you never paid attention to it until now, because you've recently upgraded to Office 2010.
If you're new to the ribbon, then you should read the full post. I've pulled together three great resources that can help you navigate the switch. Take a look and let me know what you think.
Starting from a Microsoft Publisher 2010 template, you can customize the color scheme and design to create and publish a holiday newsletter for your school—in a snap! There are a lot of great templates from Office.com to help you create a high-quality, personalized newsletter.
Click the full post to learn how to find a template, change color schemes, add and delete art.
OneNote can help you organize and create great writing projects. The Writing Process notebook is a collection of strategies and resources that can help get you off on the right foot, whether this is your first big writing assignment or you’ve been doing this for years.
Check out the full blog post for more information. There’s also a link to the download page so you can try it yourself.
With Office Web Apps all of your students can use Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Excel for their school assignments... for free! Files are viewable, editable, and sharable virtually anywhere there's an Internet connection.
You'll find helpful and informative videos and downloadable step-by-step instructions to guide you through creating a new document, setting up a shared folder in Windows Live SkyDrive, printing a document from the browser, and more.
Read the full blog post for details on how you can incorporate Office Web Apps into your curriculum.
Kelli Etheredge uses OneNote features like shared notebooks, linked notes, and screen clipping to engage her World Literature class in a poetry lesson. It's a 2-day unit where Kelli and her 10th grade students' read, analyze, and discuss haiku and tanka forms of Japanese poetry.
It's a quick and fun lesson that let's Kelli pique her students' curiosity in poetry and develops their critical thinking skills.
Read the full blog post for instructions on how to use the OneNote features that Kelli uses in this lesson.
Using Microsoft OneNote to collect their research and develop their arguments, Kelli Etheredge's 10th grade World Literature class holds a mock trial to determine if the Count of Monte Cristo is guilty as charged.
This is just one lesson plan that Kelli designed to incorporate OneNote and Windows Live SkyDrive. As she puts it, "Using OneNote has transformed my class!"
Watch this video to see her students in action and read the full blog post for details on how they prepared for their mock trial.
How much e-mail do you get every day? I'm guessing the answer is "too much". What with planning lessons, teaching, grading assignments, reporting to your principal and stuff, email is just another time-consuming task. How about letting your computer do some of the work?
Read the full blog post for 7 Outlook tips (including step-by-step instructions) that will save you time and help you get organized.