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Microsoft OneNote Class Notebooks allow educators to organize lesson plans and deliver interactive lessons to their students. In this course, author and educator Oliver Schinkten shows how to create interactive lessons using OneNote Class Notebooks. Topics include embedding content, creating quizzes, being interactive with students, assigning lessons, and collaborating. Oliver also explores the student view, so educators know exactly how their lessons will appear to students.
- Using OneNote
- Adding Class Notebooks
- Creating a new notebook
- Adding and removing students and teachers
- Managing notebooks
- Adding content
- Using the Web Clipper extension
- Creating content
- Using the collaboration space
- Syncing notebooks to the OneNote desktop app
- Adding, viewing, and grading assignments