In a Moodle-based classroom where there can be up to several face-to-face sessions every week, there are many opportunities for teachers to use a range of exciting blended learning teaching tools. When it comes to working in groups during class, as well as before and after class, OneNote Class Notebook could be a very useful alternative to Moodle’s collaborative space. OneNote Class Notebook can be used both as a content library, an individual student virtual filing cabinet and as a user-friendly collaboration space.
In this recording, Alison Cutler introduces OneNote Class Notebook and shows several examples of how she effectively uses the collaboration space to teach students in her media courses.
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