Extra Credits: OneNote updated with new LMS integration, Researcher and stickers

A female student draws in her OneNote Class Notebook with Digital Inking on her Surface.

Extra Credits rounds up the latest stories on innovative educational endeavors coming from other parts of Microsoft and the world. This entry highlights new additions to OneNote Class Notebook, including wider Learning Management System integration, Researcher in OneNote for seeking out verified information, and fun stickers.

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Find credible sources and content right within OneNote—Researcher is now available in OneNote, making it easy for you to research your essay topic, create outlines and add sources—all without leaving the app. This means you can stay focused and save time, all while researching your topic. Researcher in OneNote for Windows 10 requires an Office 365 subscription, and is also available in Word on Windows desktops and Macs.

Take your Class Notebooks with you—Now you can save a copy of your notebook to your work or personal OneDrive. We know students or teachers move schools and classes; now your notes don’t have to be left behind at the end of the school year. Learn how in just a few steps.

Read the full story here.

The new stickers in OneNote Class Notebook.

See how schools are already benefiting from switching to OneNote for Windows 10:

That’s a wrap on OneNote for June. Stay tuned for more this summer! To get OneNote, leave a suggestion or ask for help, follow these links:

• Get OneNote: Mac | iOS | Android | Windows | OneNote Online

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