Getting Started Get Working Using OneNote and Other Apps

Microsoft OneNote is a digital note taking application you can use to record, organize, and share ideas. Your notes automatically save and are synced as you work.


OneNote is currently available to current students, faculty, and staff. You can login to OneNote online at

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Getting Started

Get Working

Share and Sync Your Notes

  • Take Notes

    You can open notebooks you own and notebooks that have been shared with you.

    1. Open OneNote
    2. Click the Show Notebooks button '<'
    3. Click More Notebooks Select a notebook you want to open 
  • Format Your Notes

    Use the links below to learn how you can format your notes for easy organization:

  • Share and Sync Your Notes

    Share An Entire Notebook

    You can share your notebooks and pages with others and invite them to view or edit their contents.

    1. Open OneNote
    2. Open the notebook you want to share
    3. Click Share in the top right hand corner of OneNote
    4. Type the email addresses of those you are sharing your notebook with
    5. Set whether you want those people to be able to edit or only view the notebook
    6. Click Share


    Share One Page Of A Notebook

    You don't have to share an entire notebook with someone if you don't want to.

    1. Open OneNote
    2. Open the page you'd like to share
    3. Click Share at the top right hand corner of OneNote
    4. In the Share window, select This Page
    5. Click Create to generate a web link you can share with others 
    6. Copy and past the link wherever you want to share it


    Learn more about sharing notebooks and pages>>

    Learn about syncing notebooks>>



Using OneNote and Other Apps

  • OneNote and Teams

    Each Team comes with its own linked Notebook with the following components:

    • Staff Member Notebooks -- a private space shared only with the staff leader and staff members. Professional development, lesson plans, classroom observations, evaluations and parent communication are among the possibilities.
    • Content Library -- a read-only space for storing information on policy, procedure, school planning and more.
    • Collaboration Space -- where multiple staff members can share, organize, and collaborate, from lesson plans and meeting notes to department-wide initiatives.


    To set up your Team notebook:

    1. Login to Microsoft Teams Navigate to the Team you want to set up a note book for
    2. Navigate to the General channel and click the Staff Notebook tab


    Each time you create a new channel in the class, a new section is automatically created in the Staff Notebook’s Collaboration Space. Staff leaders and staff members can edit and work on OneNote pages within a channel.

    To open your notebook from Teams:

    1. Open the Team channel you want to use OneNote in
    2. Click the Notes Tab

    Manage Your Teams notebook settings:

    Manage your Staff Notebook settings by navigating to your notebook in Teams, and selecting the Staff Notebook tab > Manage Notebooks.

    Learn more about Teams and OneNote>>