Project Management: Microsoft OneNote

Friday, January 16, 2015 - 9:00am
MDL-3116 (Media lab, third floor COM near lecture halls)


Microsoft OneNote can be used as a tool to assist in project managment and research. SOS workshops on and the SOS Guide to OneNote address the functions described below.

What can you do with Microsoft Onenote?

  • Create LOCAL (desktop accessible) notebooks

  • Create Web-based notebooks (accessible anywhere)

  • Create and organize notebook sections

  • Create screenclippings

  • Use templates

  • Use drawing tools to create graphics

  • Extract text from images 

Workshop/Guide Learning Objectives

Participants will know or be able to do the following:

  • Why you might want to use Microsoft OneNote

  • How to use MIcrosoft OneNote, including these functions:

    • Create a desktop- and web-based OneNote notebook 

    • Create Sections and Section Groups

    • Group and sequence pages

    • Use "Page" Templates  

    • Create Screenclips and save as images 
    • Extract text from images

    • Embed audio, video or graphics

    • Use drawing and formatting tools

    • Sync and Link notebooks

    • Share notebooks

​Devices Required

  • Devices - PC with Microsoft OneNote (usually comes free with Microsoft Office Suite) 

Related Resources

SOS Guide|OneNote