Figure 1 – Picture from http://blogs.office.com
The Microsoft Office blogs has more information on OneNote Learning Tools. You can read more at https://blogs.office.com/2016/01/19/learning-tools-for-onenote-improves-learning-for-all/.
Here is what I consider relevant:
Download the Learning Tools for OneNote public preview version today at onenote.com/learningtools.
We designed reading and writing solutions that leverage what works for people with learning differences and for other users based upon research. We are delivering a mainstream tool that benefits all students; it is a great example of inclusive design because it builds on solutions for people with learning differences but it works for everyone and is non-stigmatizing. This matters for students and educators for a few key reasons:
- Our ability to read impacts our ability to learn and our lifelong earning potential.
- OneNote is growing, and educators are advocating for OneNote because it helps students get organized and gain their independence.
- Most importantly, Microsoft can improve learning outcomes through enhanced reading and writing tools.