Microsoft OneNote Training: Capture, Share, Collaborate, and Organize EVERYTHING

​​Free educational webinar presented by Access Sciences. Register.

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Start Time:
Jun 14 2017
10:00 AM
End Time:
Jun 14 2017
11:00 AM
via Webinar Phone: Email: joy.bryant@dir.texas.gov

Microsoft OneNote Training: Capture, Share, Collaborate, and Organize EVERYTHING

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 10:00 - 11:00 am CST

Registration 

Microsoft OneNote is far more than a note-taking app. It is a sophisticated digital notebook offering features for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. Valuable for business or home, OneNote is typically included with the Office suite, and there's a FREE version for personal use. 

As a business tool, OneNote allows for any number of notebooks, tabs within each notebook, and pages within each tab. It offers robust editing features and even integrates with Outlook. From meeting and project notes to audio recordings to inserting pictures and drawings, OneNote has the ability to serve as a simple to-do list or as a whiteboard for a group project. OneNote will allow you to go paperless. 

This webinar will provide an overview of OneNote features as well as dive into how to take full advantage of its functionality.


DIR will award one hour of continuing education credit.

 

PRESENTERS

Cory Allen is a Consultant in the Change Management practice with areas of expertise in electronic file migration, data collection/analysis, training development, and physical records migration. Cory enjoys experimenting with creative solutions and is driven to refine techniques and processes to increase efficiency. 

Frederick Hall is a Consultant in the Change Management practice with over 17 years of management experience including recruiting, employee supervision and mentoring, administration, purchasing, and quality control. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • DIR will award 1 hour of continuing education credit to those who attend (IRM CPE, generic contact hour) 
  • There is no charge to attend. 
  • The webinar is intended for any Texas public sector staff interested in the topic. 
DIR thanks Access Sciences for presenting this topic as part of the Technology Today Series (TTS)