Digital Note Taking for Engineering Students using Microsoft OneNote [CC]




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Are you an engineering student interested in digital note taking? If so, this video is for you! And even if you prefer taking your notes with pen and paper, I encourage you to watch on, as I have many helpful tips that are applicable to any style of note taking as an engineering student!

In this video, I’ll be taking a close look at how to effectively and efficiently use Microsoft OneNote to dramatically expand your digital note taking toolbox! This video will take you through Useful Tools for digital note taking, Notebook Structure for your digital notes, Note Taking Strategies as an…

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5 thoughts on “Digital Note Taking for Engineering Students using Microsoft OneNote [CC]

    Kelly Anderson

    (September 9, 2020 - 12:03 am)

    What note taking strategies do you use as an engineering student? What new strategies did you learn from this video that you are going to add to your note taking toolbox?

    Sudarson Nantha

    (September 9, 2020 - 12:03 am)

    This video was exactly what I needed. Thank you!
    I'm starting my master's program soon and considering switching to digital note taking. Your video helped me make up my mind.

    The one big question I have is whether it feels unnatural writing on a glass screen? Is it any slower than writing with a pen on paper?

    shoushy K

    (September 9, 2020 - 12:03 am)

    Very informative and concise! Great job with organizing your classes 👏🏻 . As a first year engineering student, i’m definitely going to implement this system in OneNote. Thank you lots and take care ♥️

    mtmuledeer

    (September 9, 2020 - 12:03 am)

    Great video. There are a lot of OneNote videos that don’t really show how it’s useful but this does. It’s also great for organizing lots of information from different sources and once a project is done you can save it as one file instead of having a bunch of stuff scattered everywhere. If you work a lot of projects as an engineer it comes in handy especially when you have to hand it off to someone.

    Clare Peterson

    (September 9, 2020 - 12:03 am)

    This looks really good Kelly! I like how you've organized your pages to be more visually appealing AND easier to find. I wasn't aware that you could indent pages like that in OneNote.

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