You can use your favorite social network to register or link an existing account:
Or use your email address to register without a social network:
Sign in with these social networks:
Or enter your username and password
Forgot your password?
Yes, please link my existing account with for quick, secure access.
No, I would like to create a new account with my profile information.
Class assignments, schedules, homework, projects, and research can all be kept and searched in OneNote. In this short video, I show students a few tricks about using images and how to share OneNote between multiple PCs, slates, Macs, and phones.
You might already have OneNote. It's been included in several Office suites since Office 2003 and is included in all Office 2010 suites. Want to try it for free? Here's a free trial at Office.com, or use the free Office Web App. Want to learn more: go to the OneNote page at Office.com (probably the coolest home page we have), or try our OneNote blog. I like OneNote so much, I've made a few Office Casual videos about OneNote.
This video is an excerpt from the video, Office Casual Goes to School.
If I'd like to share a OneNote notebook with someone who does not have OneNote, the video suggests I can do that through SkyDrive. If the person I'm sharing with also doesn't have SkyDrive, how will they experience my attempt to share the OneNote notebook? That is, will they first need to sign up for a SkyDrive account?
Charlie: You can share, but, yes, they need a SkyDrive account. Luckily, that's free and quick: www.skydrive.com. (or if they have a Hotmail account, XBox account, they won't need to start a new account). They can see another video I did about that here: http://aka.ms/hlngzc.