Class Notebooks with Shared Computers

Every primary school, secondary school and university has shared computers and users with multiple devices. Are you looking for a best practice in using OneNote Class Notebooks in these settings? Learn how to ensure a consistent user experience across platforms and devices with a Web First approach.

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Class Notebooks with Shared Computers

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Every primary school, secondary school and university has shared computers and users with multiple devices. Are you looking for a best practice in using OneNote Class Notebooks in these settings? Learn how to ensure a consistent user experience across platforms and devices with a Web First approach.
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  1. Class Notebooks with Shared Computers

    Slide 1 - Class Notebooks with Shared Computers

    • OneNote with Preston
  2. Class Notebooks with Shared Computers

    Slide 2 - Class Notebooks with Shared Computers

    • OneNote with Preston
  3. Student Computer Scenarios

    Slide 3 - Student Computer Scenarios

    • 1:1 – Every student has a computer and it is always the same computer
    • 2:1 – Two or more students share the same computer each time they are used
    • Labs & Classroom Carts – Enough computers for every student in the room but multiple students use the same machine each day
    • Laptop Carts or C.O.W.S. – Any student may use any computer at any time and may never use the same machine twice
    • BYOD – 1:1 but with personal devices
    • All of the Above
  4. Consistency is Key to Success

    Slide 4 - Consistency is Key to Success

    • Training is easier and cheaper
    • Able to peer-source solutions
    • Results in far less wasted class time “figuring it out” if…
    • Experience is the same in each classroom
    • Experience is the same across platforms/devices
    • Experience is the same at outside of school
    • Experience is the same in subsequent years
  5. Automatic Links to Notebooks

    Slide 5 - Automatic Links to Notebooks

    • Link emailed to Students (Web App- New Window)
    • Link created in Shared with Me (Web App- Current Tab)
    • Link available in Class Notebook wizard (OneNote Native App)
    • At conclusion of “Create Notebook”
    • “Get Notebook Links”
    • Right Click Notebook in OneNote and “Copy Link to Notebook” (Web App)
    • Remove the “onenote:” at the beginning of the link so it will open in the Web App
  6. The Web First Approach

    Slide 6 - The Web First Approach

    • The Office 365 portal available on every device
    • portal.office.com
    • Shared with Me folder in OneDrive
    • _Mr Peine’s Links.docx – Shared Word Doc
    • Classroom SharePoint Site or Teacher Blog
    • External Teacher Web Page
    • OneNote Web App
    • Edit/Open in OneNote Native App
  7. Class Notebooks with Shared Computers

    Slide 8 - Class Notebooks with Shared Computers

    • OneNote with Preston