OneNote Class Notebook add-in now includes grade scales, improved LMS integration and sticker customizationRead more OneNote Class Notebook add-in now includes grade scales, improved LMS integration and sticker customization
The OneNote API team is pleased to announce that we have enabled application-level permissions support for the OneNote API. With application-level permissions support, your application can now support scenarios that do not require a user to be signed in! —Read on to learn more.Read more The OneNote REST API now supports application-level permissions
The OneNote team continues to listen to teachers to learn about how we can help them be more productive with our software. Today, we are announcing a set of improvements across OneNote Class Notebook, Learning Tools and Office Lens.Read more Updates for OneNote Class Notebook, Learning Tools and Office Lens—plus stickers!
"In the fall of 2014, our school district began a 'one-to-one' tablet program. Fast-forward two years, three grades and 500 devices later—every one of our middle school students uses OneNote Class Notebook for most of their school day."Read more Lynbrook Public Schools digital journey and the unexpected app that changed everything
"Our adoption of the OneNote Class Notebook has had a transformational impact on both learning and teaching at St Mungo’s High School." —Read on to learn more.Read more How OneNote has become integral to learning at a high school in Scotland
Since the school year started, we’ve been making improvements to the Class Notebook add-in for OneNote on the desktop, including providing teachers with the ability to quickly see updates made by students in the Review Student Work pane. —Read on for details.Read more Updates to the OneNote Class Notebook add-in—read/unread indicators in Review Student Work and more
A Microsoft Showcase School connection call forever changed the landscape of Bear Creek Middle School. —Read on to learn how the leadership team became inspired to use Microsoft tools to change the path and pace by which students learn.Read more The paperless journey of Bear Creek Middle School and OneNote
By putting students in the journalist role, they learn to create, present and share content with a critical eye. —Read on to see how students worked in one shared OneNote Notebook to complete the Global Water Project.Read more Students becoming journalists in Global Water Project
Do you believe in love at first sight? I do because my teachers and administrators at Coulter Grove Intermediate School in Maryville, Tennessee, have experienced it firsthand! Our story isn’t about an immediate connection between two people. Instead, our story is about an immediate connection with a digital tool called OneNote that fulfilled a need and then continued to grow with us so much that we have become inseparable!Read more Our school fell in love at first sight!
This guest blog post written by Robin Lowell, a Microsoft Innovative Education Expert, who has years of experience working as a special education teacher and an itinerant teacher of blind and visually impaired students. At the Closing the Gap conference this week, she is partnering with Microsoft Office product managers to showcase the technologies she finds most impactful for creating inclusive learning environments.Read more Accessibility in the classroom—tools that impact my students
The accessibility features in many of the tools in Office 365—free for students and teachers—that educators use regularly with their students create even more inclusive experiences, enabling all learners to have that “ah-ha” moment that motivates ongoing success.Read more New Learning Tools help educators create more inclusive classrooms