Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Research Made Easier with OneNote 2010

Last month we posted a video about Microsoft OneNote and how you can get organized using it. Microsoft OneNote is especially useful when doing research. Microsoft OneNote keeps everything together. You can organize and move notes around and you can even search your notes very quickly. One of the best research tools used nowadays is the Internet. With so much information out there, it can be tough to keep track of all of the information that you collect from the Internet for research. Microsoft OneNote allows you to grab items from the Internet and it automatically provides a direct link back to where you found it by placing the address immediately below the item you pasted. That feature can be a lifesaver for people like me who make bibliography pages an afterthought. The information about the source is kept right with the information so a works cited page is a piece of cake.

To watch a short video about how you can use some of these features for research in Microsoft OneNote, click here.

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