Course ID: IMON

Introduction to Microsoft OneNote

As digital content becomes increasingly more prevalent and using digital tools becomes essential to how we work, “note-taking” or content management tools knowledge is no longer “nice to have”. COVID-19 has accelerated our need to manage data remotely, digitally, and more effectively. In this session, you will learn how to use OneNote to create, save and organize your digital content. OneNote is way more than a “note-taking” tool.


Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Understand notebooks, sections and pages to organize your content.
  2. Explain the different options to effectively get content into Microsoft OneNote.
  3. Effectively collaborate with others, sharing notebooks and content.
  4. Be comfortable accessing your content from anywhere, on any device.

Major Topics

In this session, we explore the Microsoft OneNote app, built into the Office Suite that all of us use. The purpose, structure and best practices for getting started and using the app will be covered. You will learn how to get content into OneNote, organize your content for efficient use and learn to instantly find content using OneNote’s robust tagging and search capabilities. How to collaborate and share using OneNote will also be reviewed.


Advanced Preparations

None


Who Should Attend

Anyone wanting to become more organized, aware and effective at using the digital tools that are quickly becoming commonplace today.


Fields of Study
Information Technology

Prerequisites

None. This course uses Windows 10 version of OneNote, but there are different iterations of OneNote. The view may be different, but the topics apply to all OneNote versions.


Provider
Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits
1.0

Level
Basic

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