What is OneNote?

OneNote is Microsoft program that allows you to capture, organise and share digital notes. It is freely available on desktop, online, tablet and mobile platforms.

Acting as a digital notebook, OneNote allows media rich capturing of notes such as text, pictures, photos (captured directly from a phone), web clippings, audio, video and digital drawing.

It also supports searching, tagging and intelligent organisation of notes that you capture.

 

Why would I use OneNote?

  • Organise your thoughts, notes and resources all in one place.
  • Use intelligent search features to quickly find previous notes
  • Create multiple notebooks for different projects
  • Create and organise teaching resources.
  • Conduct and record research all in one place
  • OneNote is cross platform and freely available on desktop, online, tablet and mobile platforms
  • OneNote has accessibility features built into the software, similar to Microsoft Word and other Microsoft Office tools

 

Accessibility Notes

  • OneNote is cross platform and freely available on desktop, online, tablet and mobile platforms
  • OneNote has accessibility features built into the software, similar to Microsoft Word and other Microsoft Office tools

Resources

https://www.onenote.com/

https://blogs.office.com/onenote/education/

https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/What-is-OneNote-be6cc6cc-3ca7-4f46-8876-5000f013c563

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2017/05/31/immersive-reader-comes-to-outlook-on-the-web-and-the-onenote-for-windows-10-app-and-expands-its-global-reach/

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2017/02/27/learning-tools-for-word-online-and-onenote-online-now-available-plus-new-languages/