I used OneNote already fairly often as a typical “meeting-note-taking” tool, but last week I tried to use it to make digital handouts: instead of just printing out my slide presentation, I created a new notebook, imported my slides “as printout”, distributed them across different sections, added keywords, diagrams, screen clippings… I zipped the notebook folder and made it available to students as a download before the session. The responses were very positive!
Of course, everybody needs to have OneNote.
There are good examples of educational use of OneNote. This post is very inspiring! Did you know you could share OneNote files on SharePoint?