Microsoft OneNote for Teaching Professionals

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Microsoft OneNote for Teaching Professionals

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Microsoft OneNote provides teaching professionals with a comprehensive teaching and learning framework to enrich students learning experience and take the pain out of admin and teaching resource management. At REIM, we’ve devised a customised OneNote training day for teachers who want to get the most from this application.


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Programme Benefits

Upon completion of this training, learners will have a solid understanding of OneNote and its core functionality.


Who Should Attend

This course is ideal for teachers who are new to OneNote or Teachers who already have a working knowledge of the application.  Learners should have access to Microsoft OneNote on their own devices to facilitate this training.


Learning Objectives

Learners who successfully complete our OneNote course will:

  1. Have a solid understanding of the core functionality of OneNote
  2. Be able to create notebooks and add sections
  3. Be able to use OneNote to organise or schedule work by timeline or content
  4. Be able to access, collaborate and share teaching content
  5. Know how to use OneNote to present content to students
  6. Be confident with digital ink and free-form tools
  7. Be able to tag information to retrieve it with ease
  8. Know how to manage teaching resources in OneNote across devices



To ensure their success, learners should already be comfortable navigating Microsoft Windows. While previous experience of OneNote is not essential. Learners should have access to the OneNote application on their devices for the duration of the training.


Course Outline

  1. Start your teaching journey with OneNote
  2. Creating Notebooks and adding Pages
  3. Exploring OneNote templates
  4. Recording Audio with OneNote
  5. Embedding Video links in OneNote
  6. Using OneNote for Timelines and Scheduling
  7. Tagging Data for Retrieve
  8. Using OneNote with other Applications and Devices

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