What is OneNote?
Microsoft OneNote is a note-taking and personal information management application that allows for collecting, organizing, and sharing digital information. OneNote was designed to function as an electronic version of a paper notebook and is a single space where users can keep their notes, research, and plans, which are all backed up to Microsoft’s Office 365 Cloud.
Cost and Eligibility:
Any actively enrolled student or currently employed staff or faculty member is eligible to use OneNote and other Microsoft Office 365 tools offered by Barstow Community College at no cost.
Features and Benefits:
Easily navigate and organize your notebooks
Insert word documents, Excel spreadsheets, or PowerPoint presentations as virtual printouts to include their pages as images in your notes
Users can mark their notes with custom tags
OneNote keeps track of edits and previous versions of notes, which allows users to restore a version if they delete a note by mistake, prefer previous set up, etc.
Users can share and use notes in real-time and collaborate with others simultaneously
Training and Additional Support/Resources:
More OneNote FAQs