OneNote Class Notebook and OneNote Staff Notebook are now available in 151 countries around the world after Microsoft enabled OneNote Class and Staff Notebooks for 90 new countries earlier this month. OneNote Class Notebooks have a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities while OneNote Staff Notebooks have a personal workspace for every staff member or teacher, a content library for shared information, and a collaboration space for everyone to work together, all within one powerful notebook.
Any teacher can follow the below steps to create class and staff notebooks today:
- Go to www.office.com/teachers and sign up for free.
- To start a class notebook, visit onenote.com/classnotebook and invite students into the notebook and get their own Office 365 account for free.
- To start a staff notebook, visit onenote.com/staffnotebook and invite staff members or educators into the notebook and get their own Office 365 account for free.
Few months back, Office 365 team has introduced another related education focused service called Microsoft Classroom. It offers a single experience for managing all classes and assignment workflows for teachers and students. It lets them create a Class Notebook for all the students in their class—with just one click. Teachers can create assignments for multiple classes at the same time, easily grade submissions and give private feedback. Learn more about it at the Microsoft Classroom website.