The ISTE 2014 conference has shown how schools are more connected than ever: incorporating laptops, tablets and even phones into day-to-day instruction. For Cary Academy in North Carolina, OneNote helps bridge those devices with students’ learning objectives.
Cary Academy uses OneNote as part of its 1-to-1 learning environment – and day-to-day administration. From the beginning, the school tapped into OneNote’s ability to serve as a way to create custom digital textbooks – keeping educational materials current while easing some of the financial burden on students’ families.
Head over to Office Blogs to read more about how Cary Academy teachers have taken advantage of OneNote’s many features, such as shared notebooks and the ability to embed Office documents, pictures, audio, video and Web clips. You’ll also find out how to get your school started with OneNote in the classroom.
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