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Educational Math Games

OneNote- An Organized Life

[[#x-T512 | Thursday, March 13 | 2:40 PM- 3:30 PM]]T512 | Thursday, March 13 | 2:40 PM- 3:30 PM

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[[#Wanda Hill |Tech Teacher | Everett School District]]Wanda Hill |Tech Teacher | Everett School District

[[#Crystal Cameron |Special Education Teacher| Everett School District]] Crystal Cameron | Special Education Teacher | Everett School District

What is OneNote?

Have you ever wanted your students to be organized? OneNote lets you create digital notebooks

to organize and support lessons. Students can use OneNote to compile and organize information, collaborate with peers,

collect research and notes, and use screen clippings to support content. Example lessons will be shown.

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Microsoft OneNote 2010 is a:

Digital notebook that provides a single place where you can gather all of your notes and information, with the added benefits of powerful

search capabilities to find what you are looking for quickly, plus easy-to-use shared notebooks so you can manage information overload and

work together with others more effectively.

Where does it save?

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No Save Button!! OneNote automatically and continuously saves your work while you take notes, whenever you switch to another page or section, and whenever you

close sections and notebooks. There is no need to save our notes manually, even when you finish them

How does it work?

OneNote is constantly syncing in the background. Additionally, it automatically backs itself up so that if you accidentally delete something,

you can retrieve a copy from the previous day. Multiple people can work in the same notebook at the same time when it is stored on a server.

Notebooks can be stored:

In your Documents Folder (for your own personal use)

On a SharePoint server or File Share folder (for collaborative use)

On your SkyDrive (for either personal or collaborative use)

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