Complex projects can have relevant information spread across many different sources: the Web, Word and Excel documents, PDFs, video clips, and more. OneNote is a free-form, information-gathering tool that enables multiple people to work on a document that pulls from many different sources. Learn to create, organize and search notes, templates, sub-pages and tags; integrate with Outlook; and share data with those who don’t have OneNote, or the OneNote app.
What to expect from this online course:
- You will have live classes via video live-stream, with a chat feature that your instructor will monitor and answer.
- Students will be emailed the course materials and instructions on how to log-in online before the course start date.
- All course materials are posted online. These include handouts and activities.
You will need your web-accessible email account/password in class. All users must have the Desktop Version of OneNote, as it contains more features than the online version. If you are using Office 365 and/or Office 2019, you will need to download the OneNote desktop app.
PrerequisitesWord Level 1, Outlook or equivalent skills, plus strong file management skills. You will need your web-accessible email account/password in class
To take this course online you will need a computer with a reliable internet connection (ideally hard wired in, or located close to your main router), plus a camera and microphone. In addition, it is recommended to use Chrome as your internet browser. You may also find it easier to navigate this on-line course using two computer monitors, however a single monitor is still fine, you can set up your desktop view as a split screen feature.
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Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- MS Office : Required
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