Microsoft OneNote


Microsoft OneNote allows you to take and organize notes, including images and web citations, record audio, share your notes with outers and generally keep information organized. Instructors can use OneNote to organize lesson plans into searchable digital notebooks, and staff can create a shareable content library.


OneNote is setup like a notebook to bring the familiar physical 3-ring binder to the digital era. Easily use sections and pages to separate out thoughts by theme. Not sure

  • Sync across devices: If you have multiple devices you can easily access your OneNote content from any of them. Being able to access and modify your notebooks from any of your devices can help save you time.
  • Organziation: Create and sort your notes by class, topic, or lecture. You can have multiple notebooks, each one containing sections and pages. OneNote offers several templates to get you started.
  • Math on the fly: OneNote has the ability to do math right in your notes, combining note taking and actual math work. Use the Ink math assistant to enter a handwritten math problem during a meeting, conference or class, and OneNote can instantly calculate the results for you. It can even draw graphs of your functions.

How do I access Microsoft OneNote?

The Microsoft OneNote downloads page provides a convenient place where you can download client applications for macOS, Windows, Android, and iOS. Alternatively, you can login to the OneNote web client via your favorite web browser using your University username and password.

Help Resources

Use the help resources listed below to learn how to successfully use Microsoft OneNote.

Frequently Asked Questions


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Need additional help or have issues

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