One Note Training Sessions Slated for Staff, Faculty


We all suffer, at times, from data overload. One way to combat this problem is to become more organized. Microsoft’s OneNote provides a solution to help users become more productive by providing you space to get and stay organized. Your organized data can then be accessed anytime, anywhere. Collaborate with others using this powerful tool.

“Data Organization is the Key: Using One Note,” a training session for Southeast staff, will be held this week. Two training formats are available: face-to-face from 2-3 p.m. Thursday, March 22,  in Kent Library Training Lab Room 112, or online via Zoom. To register for this course, click here.

In addition, a faculty development opportunity titled “One Way to Get Organized: Using One Note,” is scheduled for next week. Two training formats are available: face to face from 2-3 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, or 2-3 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, in Kent Library Training Lab Room 112 or online via Zoom. To register for this course, visit here.

An email with the Zoom online training link will be sent to all registered participants.

For more information, please contact Martha Henckell at or call ext. 4357.