OneNote Usability, Part II

Monday, July 11th, 2005
What about OneNote usability? Join Amy and Wendy in their second presentation/podcast on this topic.


This is actually an earlier podcast from Amy and Wendy's PowerPoint presentation on OneNote shared spaces; I did not plan to share it. However, when I listened for the second time, I realized that there's some good information that is not in the first public podcast.

So, while this podcast overlaps somewhat with our earlier podcast I think you will find it equally informative and entertaining.


OneNote and ActiveWords
OneNote at School
OneNote Templates
Action management
OneNote and the Tablet PC
Amy and Wendy (with Michael's help) again hint for a Tablet PC
Amy and Wendy share their reactions
What's your next action? Amy & Wendy's closing comments" title="Click to play, or right-click to download file.">Amy & Wendy on OneNote Usability
Eric Mack On-line - June 16, (30 min 43 sec) MP3 14.1 MB

Note: Amy and Wendy's entire PowerPoint presentation, this podcast, and their comments and observations are entirely their own. Other than supervising the loading of OneNote on their ThinkPads, I was not involved in their preparations. I'm very proud of their work.

Discussion/Comments (5):

OneNote Usability, Part II

Outstanding, ladies! Best overview of OneNote I've ever heard. You are now famous:

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Posted at 07/11/2005 22:03:07 by James Kendrick

OneNote Usability, Part II

Excellent podcasts - I take my hat off to everyone involved. Listening to them, it really points out how times have changed since I was 12 years old.

Posted at 07/12/2005 3:50:49 by Colin Walker

OneNote Usability, Part II

These efforts by these two young ladies continue to impress mightily.

Posted at 07/12/2005 5:05:32 by Warner Crocker

Very informative and entertaining.

I only wish my daughters had computers when they were being homeschooled...back in the dark ages here in Texas.

God Bless...

Posted at 07/16/2005 8:48:12 by Dr. Jim McGowan

OneNote Usability, Part II

Truely Inspirational. Keep up the good work. Looking forward to the next presentation/podcast

Posted at 10/10/2005 3:29:50 by Neil Ingram

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