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Introduction to O365 and OneNote
Introduction to O365 and OneNote
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Created by Tessa Gray
Thursday, 13 September 2018
3:30 pm to 5:00 pm


DETAILS

Date

13 Sep 2018

Time/s

3.30pm - 5.00pm

Costs

$99 +GST per person*

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Are you new to the Microsoft OneNote environment and want to know more? OneNote is a powerful tool for collaboration, organisation and curation. Develop your understandings of how OneNote Online, OneNote Web App, and OneNote Client support teaching and learning with an emphasis on student feedback and collaboration. Differentiating learning is key to student engagement -- find out how OneNote Class Notebook allows you to push out lesson content to individuals, small groups and whole classes at the click of a button. Discover how marking and collecting assessment evidence becomes easier when using key OneNote Class Notebook features and inbuilt review functions.

Learning outcomes

Participants will:

  • recognise key features of OneNote Class Notebook that will streamline lesson planning
  • identify ways in which you can use OneNote Class Notebook to create innovative and inclusive learning sequences 
  • determine how you could utilise OneNote Class Notebook functions to make marking and the collection of assessment data/evidence more effective and efficient.

*A 20% discount applies for groups of 5+ people and 15% for groups of 3-4 people from the same school or centre.

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