OneNote transforms the way we work as a staff even before our school has opened. OneNote made it possible for us to collaborate, create Scheme of Work documents and collect resources. More importantly, it allowed for a change in mindset, a change in approach, with greater collaboration and communication at the center, which we believe will improve the quality of teaching and learning in the future.
As the IT profession continues its transition to leveraging more and more cloud services and technologies, we’re introducing the new IT Pro Cloud Essentials program to give you a better experience on the journey with access to professional training, extended trials, Azure credit and priority support.
“Microsoft has invested not only money but a great deal of time to make our job as educators easier. They have given us a one-stop shop in Office 365 and a range of lesson tools such as PowerPoint and Sway. However, one of the most incredible tools they have designed is OneNote.” —Read more from Lauren Pittman, special education teacher at Holly Springs Elementary School in Georgia.
Last month, we came out with the ability to create Sways right from your Microsoft Photos albums and breathe life to your photos through Living Images. Thanks to your continuous feedback, we’ve added several features over the past weeks to make Sways even easier to create and more engaging for viewers.
Now teachers can create and grade assignments in a OneNote Class Notebook, which is integrated with Learning Management Systems (LMS) or the new Microsoft Classroom. We are announcing over 25 partners that have committed to working with OneNote—with nine going live today—and many more coming soon in future updates to the OneNote Class Notebook add-in.