OneNote Class Notebook allows instructors to create a shareable notebook with students enrolled in their Blackboard course. Create assignments, make annotations on PDFs, view student journals, and share class resources. This tool is helpful for instructors that find using traditional word processors for their coursework challenging, like in mathematics or languages.
Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Create a OneNote Class Notebook using the Blackboard LTI
- Identify the three content areas of the Class Notebook: the collaboration space, the content library, and individual student notebooks
- Use the Class Notebook ribbon in OneNote to distribute pages or sections, create an assignment, and review student work
- Determine use cases to apply the OneNote Class Notebook in their courses
For more information about the OneNote Class Notebook, you can view these FAQs.
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Note: This session will be offered as an in-person training on Tuesday, September 17. Since the content repeats, you only need to participate in one of the trainings.