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Episode Info: Jeff sits down with Mik Tholfsen and Ari Schorr to discuss how Microsoft OneNote is being used in classrooms to help teachers and students stay digitally organized.  About MicrosoftMicrosoft Corporation is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics, and personal computers and services. Its best-known software products are the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems, Microsoft Office office suite, and Internet Explorer web browser. Its flagship hardware products are the Xbox game consoles and the Microsoft Surface tablet lineup. It is the world's largest software maker measured by revenues. It is also one of the world's most valuable companies.Links of InterestOneNoteMain – Free copy of OneNote on any platform, any deviceSocial OneNote in Education Blog: Twitter: Facebook: Blog: – Bite-sized interactive Teacher Training for OneNote in EducationOneNote and Learning Styles pamphlet: Toolkit for teachers – an interactive OneNote notebook designed for teachers on OneNote best practices in the classroomOneNote for School Administrators and Staff – interactive trainingOneNote Class Notebook CreatorOneNote Class Notebook Creator blog: Class Notebook Creator interactive guide: the app on O365: IT Admin instructions: VideosOneNote in Education: Teachers using OneNote in the classroomOneNote Class Notebook Creator: A framework for teaching and learning with OneNote class notebooksOneNote in Education: Organizing, Note-taking, & Homework Made EasierOneNote in Education: Transforming Learning Via Technology & eTextbooks About our GuestsMike Tholfsen started at Microsoft working as a software engineer on the first version of Outlook in 1995. He subsequently worked on the first versions of Outlook Web Access, and multiple versions of Outlook desktop. In 2004, he moved to the OneNote team where he shipped multiple versions of OneNote, while also doing exploring OneNote as a key education tool and working with many teachers and schools around the US and world. After six years on OneNote, he tried his hand at the cloud, where he worked on the first cloud itera...
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