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Using OneNote for sharing research information

Question: I need to work on a research project with several co-workers. Some of us will be collecting on-line research articles, others will collaborate on writing a paper or creating a PowerPoint presentation, collecting data, creating charts and more. What do you recommend to keep all this information organized so that everyone can find it and use it easily?
 
Answer: You may want to try OneNote. This is an application that comes with Microsoft Office and will allow you to keep all this information in one “notebook” that can be shared on a network drive. There are several tutorials at Microsoft, but ITS is offering a short “Autumn Tricks and Treat” session on Tuesday, October 16 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. showing how to use OneNote 2010. Click here to register.

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