OneNote on Surface Pro 3 with pen gives students a central place to collect research, notes, drawings

At Cincinnati Country Day School in Ohio, the first school in the U.S. to adopt Surface Pro 3 as its 1:1 student computing device, OneNote plays a key role in giving students a central place for compiling their research and notes, as well as their drawings using the Surface Pro 3 pen.

“Writing, annotating, sketching, highlighting and drawing are huge parts of the teaching and learning process,” and the Surface Pro 3 pen with OneNote enables it all with accuracy across an entire digital canvas, says Rob Baker, the school’s IT director.

To learn more about how OneNote is helping students and teachers at the school stay organized and collaborate, head over to the Office Blogs.

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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff