One note

I feel like Microsoft Onenote is the app none of us will be able to do without in a year’s time. It’s a great way of organising information in a clear, colourful, hierarchical structure: including pictures, calendar entries and even handwritten scribbles. It works well for gathering and compiling important business information, for example that … Continue reading One note

One note

Thing 16

OneNote I have used OneNote before during my undergraduate studies but found the interface difficult to use because of the need for me to insert mathematical symbol and equations meaning that I needed to be able to change from typing to drawing and back again quickly which required a touchscreen device. Instead, I used an … Continue reading Thing 16

Thing 16

Thing 16, OneNote

Continuing from my jaundiced view of the use of Tumblr in my last blog, I am struggling also to see the point of OneNote. Admittedly I didn’t give it much of a chance (a couple of pages and sections and no images as I couldn’t get that to work) but if I want to write I have… Continue reading Thing 16, OneNote

Thing 16, OneNote

Rud 16: Collaboration Tools

When we were first setting up LibGuides at work we used Trello as a way of sharing information. We were mostly all based in the one building and the other building is only 10 minutes walk away anyway. I think Trello would be handy if people were scatte…

Rud 16: Collaboration Tools

Rud 16: Collaboration Tools

When we were first setting up LibGuides at work we used Trello as a way of sharing information. We were mostly all based in the one building and the other building is only 10 minutes walk away anyway. I think Trello would be handy if people were scatte…

Rud 16: Collaboration Tools