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Faculty - Using OneNote for Student Digital Portfolios

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Faculty - Using OneNote for Student Digital Portfolios

OneNote is a digital notebook app that is available through Office 365. It is a great tool for students to use for creating a digital portfolio that can be shared with potential employers or as a culminating project.

OneNote allows you to create sections and pages of content. Upload documents, images, videos, and more.

Building out a digital portfolio is a 3-step process. Below are the three steps students would need to take to create and share a digital portfolio. 

Note: Faculty, Staff, and Students all have access to Office 365 apps/products (for free) via their College account. 

 

Students - Step 1: Creating your Portfolio  
Students - Step 2: Adding Content to your Portfolio  
Students - Step 3: Sharing your Portfolio   
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