OneNote Class Notebook Add-in Gets 'Review Student Work, Read/unread Indicators'

OneNote Class Notebook updates let teachers see students' work more quickly and easily through Review Student Work pane and more.

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The OneNote Class Notebook can be updated now with improvements that have been made since the school year started, including such features as allowing teachers to quickly and easily see changes made by students in the Review Student Work pane.

Notebook and student mapping have also been enhanced, along with other upgrades available by clicking the Update button on your toolbar of the Class Notebook add-in for OneNote on the desktop.

Among others, the most exciting new improvement releases today is the ability to 'Review Student Work' pane, that let teachers "quickly and easily see updates made by students."

Additionally, LMS support for SEQTA by adding assignment and grading integration is also now available, along with performance improvements to help speed up page distribution.

Version 1.4.5.0—December 2016 improvments include: "Read/unread state for Review Student Work assignments and distributions," and "Performance improvements for page distribution."

Also, teachers made some requests, which are now available with new OneNote Class Notebook add-in version 1.4.5.0, and use familiar bold convention to denote unread status.

  • Easily see when students have started their work in a distributed page or assignment.
  • Quickly see which pages you, the teacher, have already reviewed.
  • See if a student added any new content after a teacher has already reviewed or graded a page.

Improvements to notebook and student mapping such as; "Notebook mapping—If your notebook name and LMS/SIS course name match, the Class Notebook add-in will automatically map the two together." And, "Student mapping—If the format of your students is <LASTNAME>, <FIRSTNAME>, the student names will be automatically mapped," are released as well.

If you've never installed the Class Notebook add-in, you can get it from the OneNote Class Notebook website.

OneNote Class Notebook add-in Update

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