One Note, part of the Microsoft Office365 suite, is a digital note-taking application that enables users to create digital ‘notebooks’ that can be shared between authorised team members or users and accessed across a variety of devices. The app is not just restricted to typed text-based input but can also accommodate videos, images, handwritten text …
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 →
I’m pretty new to notes software. I used Evernote on my iPad with the Apple pencil a few weeks ago for the first time and the novelty factor was great. This “thing” has provided me with a good opportunity to explore the concept and experiment a bit. It’s not something I would include in the…
I’ve moved to having a laptop as my main device at work and started to use OneNote for note taking recently. I like having all my notes in one place – it’s very similar conceptually to carrying round a paper notebook. I like that I no longer need to carry paper print outs to meetings. I find … Continue reading Thing 16: OneNote →
I used to be a very big user of Evernote, but recently due to Evernote changes, I migrated my notes to OneNote. For a ‘free’ tool, it’s very good, I use it every day in meetings and at my desk at work, on my PC at home, on my phone and tablet as an App. […]
It is now Week Eight of 23 things and the topic is Digital Curation, OneNote and ClassNote Thing 15 is tumblr. I’ve been using tumblr for a few years now for all sorts of different projects, but I though I’d skip by that to the next thing, OneNote. Try using OneNote on your pc/laptop/device. Create […]
Digital curation is something we are all doing more and more, gathering our own notes and resources, and curating those found from other sources.