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Microsoft OneNote

Location: 
Strozier, Dirac libraries: all computers Engineering library (Rooms A225 &A248): all computers
Software Type: 
Multimedia

It gathers users' notes (handwritten or typed), drawings, screen clippings and audio commentaries. Notes can be shared with other OneNote users over the Internet or a network. The interface provides an electronic version of a tabbed ring-binder, into which the user can directly make notes and gather material from other applications. OneNote notebooks collect, organize, and share possibly unpolished materials – as compared to word processors and wikis, which usually target publishing in some way. The difference shows in certain OneNote features and characteristics. For example:

  • Pages can be arbitrarily large
  • Bitmap images can be inserted without loss of quality
  • There is no enforced uniform page layout or structure

Additionally, You can move pages within the binder and annotate them with a stylus or word-processing or drawing tools. Users may add embedded multimedia recordings and web links.

All active students enrolled in classes are eligible for free downloads of Office 365 ProPlus—including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and more—on up to fifteen personally-owned devices: five computers, five tablets and five phones. 

For more details on how to download, visit the FSU ITS Office 365 Resource Page.

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