Using OneNote for Sharing, Collaboration and Feedback
Presented by David Brown of St Mary’s Anglican Girls School
“Microsoft has been making some positive moves into the education space over the last year or so. With competition from Google and their GAFE products Microsoft has been working hard to update their Office products and stay relevant.
One of their most interesting applications that is seeing some changes is OneNote and more particularly OneNote Classroom Creator.
OneNote Class Notebook is showing fantastic promise and could become a standout learning tool. It provides the ability for sharing of resources, real time collaboration and instant feedback – sounds great right?
Any school that is currently subscribed to Office365, considering it or will have access in the future should be planning to use OneNote and this session will show you why. Any GAFE school may also want to come along and see what the competition has to offer.”
Intended Audience: All those concerned with the Australian Curriculum – ICT General Capabilities, – Middle School, Secondary, Upper Secondary
About the Presenter:
David Brown is the Education Technology Integrator at St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School and is passionate about using technology to enhance student learning.
The role encompasses providing and supporting technology skills for teachers and school leaders from Year 7-12, assisting in a classroom applying pre-planned programmes along with the classroom teacher, providing PL one-on-one or in groups, and keeping ahead of the trends in technology and learning.
David also teaches Engineering and App development which allows him to pursue and share interests in coding, robotics and using cool things like Arduinos, Mindstorms and LittleBits.
Join David Brown at the ECAWA 2016 State Conference at ECU Mount Lawley