Before you begin

This course assumes you have a general understanding of personal computers, the Windows environment and are familiar with using other Office applications.

Delivery Method: Self-paced
Workshop Duration: 2 hours

Postgraduates will need to pay £10 to Computing Services reception, 4 East South to attend a workshop.

What you will learn

OneNote is a digital note taking app, used to organise notes and files. This course is self-paced, and the time for the course is an estimate. You can complete it at home or come in to one of our workshops for self-paced learning with the aid of a tutor. You will learn how to:

  • create notebooks, pages & subpages from templates and from scratch
  • insert files & pictures into your notes
  • insert audio & video into your notes
  • copy text from graphics
  • use drawing tools to annotate your notes
  • create tables
  • link between notes, use side notes and search for notes to manage your information
  • send your notes to an email address

Accessing the course

You can access our self service introductory OneNote course via our Microsoft Office course on Moodle. Any member of staff or postgraduate student can access these and learn at their own pace. You will need your University username and password to access them.

Book your place on a workshop

If you would like to work through the course with a tutor, the following workshops are available for you to book onto:

If you are unable to attend the above advertised date(s), please email us to enquire about future opportunities and to be put on the waiting list.

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