Posted by: tonygurney | August 13, 2008

OneNote for Education

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Microsoft Education Product Center: Microsoft Office OneNote 2007

I’ve never really got in to OneNote, Microsoft’s free format note taking software. It looks fun but I’ve just not had time to really put it through its paces.

The new site from Microsoft might change that with its Teacher Toolkit containing templates and articles.

Try it and let me know how it goes in the comments. You might even convert me.



  1. Tony – We have teachers and administrators going crazy for OneNote over here. Administrators were given a day and a half of training and many are in the process of converting staff handbooks from three ring binders to OneNote Notebooks. <br/><br/>Teachers have seen an incredible opportunity to employ OneNote with their students, although we are still very early in our integration of OneNote so watch out for more really cool uses from Teachers and Students.

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