Microsoft OneNote is part of the University’s suite of Microsoft applications available in Office 365. OneNote is freely available for all of your desktop and Mobile devices from OneNote.com or from the Microsoft Office portal (portal.office.com)
With OneNote, you can type, hand write, draw, and clip things from the web to get down your thoughts into your electronic notebook. Use OneNote’s flexible canvas to place content anywhere you want. You can even scan hand written notes or pages straight into OneNote, then make them searchable.
This page will continue to be developed by the Faculty of Health Sciences to provide useful resources for OneNote with FAQs, links to face to face training sessions, links to external OneNote information and downloadable training guides and information.
OneNote Set-Up Guide (PDF)
Web Clipper Set-Up Guide (PDF)
Links to OneNote Training Guides and Information
The University has purchased access to high quality learning resources from Linkedin Learning (formerly Lynda.com), for staff and research postgraduates. They have lots of training resources on OneNote and Class OneNotes and we would recommend this as the first option for staff and research postgraduates. Link to Linkedin. Log in with your University account e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org