One Note for Classroom SIG (Special Interest Group)
Thursday, January 31, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Woods Classroom, Mortensen Library
In this new professional development series, Dr. James McDonald, Associate Professor of Physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, along with Dr. Annette Rogers, Graduate Program Director in the Barney School of Business, will be presenting and guiding us in an interactive session on One Note Class Notebook. OneNote Class Notebook is a Microsoft tool integrated with Blackboard, allowing instructors to create a shared notebook and link it to their course. Students enrolled in your Blackboard course can access the notebook automatically, and Notebook can pass through grade information back to Blackboard.
These informal gatherings are open to all instructors and staff and are designed to provide a forum for sharing ideas and effective techniques for using One Note Class Notebooks in the classroom or in our daily university work. They typically include a brief (15-20 minute) presentation by a faculty member on his or her use of One Note, followed by a hands-on activity and an informal – and lively – conversation.
Faculty interested in attending should register by emailing email@example.com or calling (860) 768-4661.