OneNote Class Notebook, saves teachers time and enhanced collaboration, but now parents and guardians can also use the tool to engage with their students’ learning progress.
In response to requests, four new features to OneNote Class Notebook release include:
New parent or guardian access to view read-only links to both Content Library and student notebooks. The link when clicked open OneNote on the web, and parents can view their student’s notebook. Teacher, also have an ability to remove these notebook links if desired.
To enable this capability, once a school grant guest access for their Office 365 site. It can be found under Manage Notebooks area of Class Notebook.
The ability to subdivide collaboration space for project-based learning based on student permissions assigned for each section—into groups allowing project-based learning (PBL), among many other new scenarios.
This new permission, located under the Manage Notebooks area of the Class Notebook.
Another ability enable teachers to delete student content and folder when removing permissions through a new checkbox, that teachers can select.
Also, there is a new application program interfaces (APIs) for third-party companies that make “Parent Portals, Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Student Information Systems (SIS)” “to programmatically generate read-only links to Content Library for specific classes and students,” wrties the Office team.