Effective use of OneNote 2013 in real life

Improve your note-taking skills and learn how to effectively use Microsoft OneNote 2013 to organize and share your notes
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  • Lectures 9
  • Contents Video: 1 hour
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 1/2015 English

Course Description

Do you wish you could effectively organize your ideas, research and notes in one place? Do you wish you knew how to take really effective meeting minutes? Do you wish you knew how to use OneNote to collaborate on notebooks, easily find information you're looking for and access your notes from anywhere? If so this is the right course for you!

In this course you will learn how to use OneNote effectively to better organize information related to all aspects of your life.

Learn more about:

  • How to take effective notes
  • How to get organized with a digital notebook
  • How to take creative notes from anywhere
  • How to gather and keep track of your research
  • How to share notes with others
  • How to stay up to date with a shared notebook
  • How to take effective meeting minutes
  • How to conduct a professional job interview

Course overview
The course is structured into 5 sections with a total of 9 lectures. Each lecture is taught by Productivity Expert and ex-Microsoft employee, Ulrika Hedlund who shares her extensive knowledge in how to get the most out of OneNote 2013. Each lecture contains high-quality, High-Definition tutorial videos showing step by step how to accomplish the covered scenario. Full transcripts with screenshots (so called "User Guides") are available for download so that the steps covered in the lectures can be referenced at any time. To keep you focused and to provide a way for you to test your learning, quizzes are available after lectures and after the course as a whole.

Course details

In the first lecture “Get organized with a digital notebook" you will learn how to get started using OneNote, how to create notebooks, how to organize notes and how to quickly find what you're looking for.

In the next lecture “Take creative notes from anywhere" you will learn how to use the OneNote Windows App with its innovative interface designed for touch, you'll also learn how to use more advanced tools in OneNote 2013 to take your notes to a whole new level.

In the lecture “Gather and keep track of your research" you'll learn how to use OneNote to effectively structure your research. You'll learn how to collect information from various places, how to keep track of online sources and how to summarize everything you need to follow up on.

When sharing notes with others it is important to stay up to date. In the lecture “Stay up to date with a shared notebook" you'll learn how to share a notebook with others, how to access your notes from anywhere and how to stay up to date on changes others have made in the notebook.

Taking notes during meetings using OneNote is fast and easy. In lecture 7 and 8 you will learn how to take effective meeting notes and also how to conduct a professional job interview when using OneNote. You will learn how to use tags to keep track of action items, how to convert handwritten notes to text, how to share notes with others and how to protect sensitive information using passwords.

Do yourself a favor and learn how to effectively use OneNote

OneNote can really help you keep track of important information, it can help your team stay up to date and it can make meetings more effective. To conclude, taking smart and effective notes requires some practice and a bit of discipline. Using a digital notebook like OneNote to structure and share your notes is a great way to increase your productivity.

What are the requirements?

  • There are no course requirements, however viewers who have Microsoft OneNote 2013 will benefit the most.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Take effective notes using OneNote
  • Organize your notes, ideas and research to get a good overview of your information
  • Take creative notes from anywhere
  • Easily find notes and items that need follow up
  • Share notes with others
  • Stay up to date with a shared notebook
  • Take effective meeting minutes
  • Save time by converting handwriting into text
  • Conduct a professional job interview

What is the target audience?

  • This course is intended for business professionals who want to learn how to improve their note-taking skills and increase productivity using a digital notebook.

What you get with this course?

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Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction
02:21

In this lecture instructor Ulrika Hedlund gives you a quick introduction to the course.

02:41

If you are new to OneNote 2013 it might be useful with a quick overview of the major changes. In this lecture you will get an overview of the highlights.

Section 2: Taking effective notes
09:55

In this lecture you will learn how to get started using OneNote. You will learn how to create notebooks, how to organize notes and how to quickly find what you're looking for.

Check what you've learnt in this lecture
3 questions
09:46

In this lecture you will learn how to use the OneNote Windows App with its innovative interface designed for touch, you'll also learn how to use more advanced tools in OneNote 2013 to take your notes to a whole new level.

Check what you've learnt in this lecture
3 questions
10:05

In this lecture you'll learn how to use OneNote to effectively structure your research. You'll learn how to collect information from various places, how to keep track of online sources and how to summarize everything you need to follow up on.

Check what you've learnt in this lecture
2 questions
Section 3: Sharing notes with others
09:39

In this lecture you'll learn how to share a notebook with others, how to access your notes from anywhere and how to stay up to date on changes others have made in the notebook.

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2 questions
Section 4: Taking notes during meetings
09:35

In this lecture you'll learn how to take effective meeting notes using OneNote. You'll learn how to use tags to keep track of action items, how to convert handwritten notes to text and how to share notes with others.

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2 questions
09:02

In this lecture you will learn how you can use OneNote to prepare and conduct a job interview. You'll learn how to gather and organize candidate information, how to protect sensitive information using passwords and how to record what's being said during the interview.

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2 questions
Section 5: Closing
00:57

Closing remarks and course summary.

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9 questions

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Instructor Biography

Business Productivity, Results-focused training

Are you bored of lengthy, feature-based product courses? We are, and that's why we founded Business Productivity. Business Productivity offers unique scenario-based courses showcasing real life business results. Our instructor, Ulrika Hedlund, has years of experience helping organizations improve productivity by combining workplace best practices with effective use of technology.

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