OneNote is a digital note-taking app that provides a single place for keeping all of your notes, research, plans, and information. It can be accessed from anywhere using OneNote Online, or from apps on a number of devices, including Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Who can use OneNote:
OneNote is available to all faculty, staff, and students.
For more information, see the OneNote FAQ below.
How to sign in:
How to create a notebook
See Microsoft’s create a notebook in OneNote documentation on how to create a notebook, open a notebook, and switch between open notebooks.
How to take notes
How to format notes
How to draw in your notebook
How to share your notes with others
How to add a OneNote notebook to Teams
See Microsoft’s documentation on how to add a OneNote notebook to Teams.
What is OneNote?
How do I get OneNote?
Login with your UVic NetLink ID to onlineservices.uvic.ca to sign up for a UVic Office 365 account. Access OneNote through the Office 365 portal or through your Teams account.
Will OneNote work on mobile devices?
OneNote is available on mobile web browsers with full functionality across iOS and Android. In addition, there are Microsoft Planner iOS and Android apps you can download.
See Microsoft’s documentation on setting up your OneNote mobile apps.
How can I use OneNote with Microsoft Teams?
What type of notebook do I get with my team?
If you have a Class team, you will be given a class notebook. It provides a central location for viewing and interacting with the Content Library, Collaboration Space, and each student’s private space.
Creating a Staff team will provide you with a staff notebook. It will include each staff members private space, the Content Library, and Collaboration Space.
When you create a PLC team, you will be provisioned a PLC notebook. It contains pre-made sections but you can choose to build the notebook to fit your needs.