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Creating and Storing OneNote Notebooks

Once an unknown app in the suite of Microsoft Office, OneNote is becoming more popular in the classroom. Whether you are using it as a teaching tool to draw out concepts on the big screen, collecting lesson media and resources in one place to share with the class, or using it to share lesson planning - OneNote has become a much loved multifunctional teaching tool. I've visited many classrooms and teachers that have benefitted from making a jump to OneNote, but the same questions kept popping up - "where have I saved my OneNote?" or "what options do I select when creating new notebooks?".

So, this short video guide covers these questions and talks you through where the notebooks are actually saved. If you've started using OneNote but would like to become more organised, or simply are new to OneNote and want to make a start, then give the below video a watch. 



If you looking for ideas or reasons to use OneNote in the classroom, then check out Ten Teaching Tips with OneNote or OneNote: The Basics for an introduction, which gets you started using the key features of the software. 

For more videos see our Spring Collection at spring.dret.cloud. A much wider selection of videos is online for DRET staff on the DRET.TV training channel.

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