Audience: Urbana students enrolled in any PF course.
Disclaimer: The results and functionality of the following article only apply to certain institutions and courses. If you do not see a OneNote object in your course, then your course does not use this feature.
OneNote Integration Summary
Students can now access their class's OneNote notebook from their course's home page. This feature allows Instructors and Students to share and edit notebooks on multiple topics. If you have never used OneNote before, Microsoft offers a clean and simple OneNote tutorial here.
Accessing Your Course Notebook
To access your course's notebook:
- Navigate to your course's home page and click on the OneNote object.
- Once you have opened the OneNote object, click on the "Open" button to open OneNote in a new tab.
- In the new tab, you should see the page below. Click on the "sign in to OneNote" button.
- If you are already logged into any Office365 account (in another tab perhaps) then you will automatically be logged in through that account.
- Make sure you are logging in with your University email or you will not be able to view the course notebook.
- NOTE: You may see this page upon logging in. If you see this message, email your professor and point them to this article on how to set up the course notebook: OneNote in BlueQuill
- After logging into OneNote with your University email address, you will be given the option to open up your course notebook either in the browser or in the OneNote desktop app.
- After opening up your course notebook, you will then see a Welcome page with OneNote tips and tutorials. Click through the different notebooks in the "Welcome" section to learn all about using OneNote.
- When editing notebooks, just remember that OneNote automatically saves for you. You do not need to worry about clicking any save buttons.