Interested in ideas about how you can incorporate Microsoft OneNote and the Class Notebook into your modules and learning and teaching activities?  Then we might have just the session for you at the forthcoming LTE Conference, taking place on Thursday 7th March 2019!

Sumetha Karthigeyen (Digital Learning Developer, Academic Registry) and Dr Helen Carney (Senior Lecturer in Molecular Biology, SSED) will be talking about Helen’s use of the Class Notebook and how she has leveraged the various features of OneNote to monitor student engagement, to provide formative feedback and also to allow in-class sharing of student work.

The conference is open to all staff and students from Teesside University and partner colleges.  For more information and to book your place head here.

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