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Independent Enquiry - Microsoft One Note & 21st Century Learning

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Uploaded on Jun 16, 2011

One of the six 21st century skills is Independent Enquiry. An example of this is where students undertake detailed research from a number of resources.
An innovative feature of Microsoft Office 2010 is the ability to simply link notes to their sources for fast and easy future reference. These links can be created from websites, powerpoint presentations, word documents, and many other applications.

Check out this video for information on how to successfully implement Microsoft One Note's "Linked Notes" feature into a classroom environment.

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