Whether it’s an audit, compliance review, security review or performance/productivity study, you spend a lot of valuable time researching and gathering data in order to draw meaningful and actionable conclusions. The problem is, after everything is collected, you find yourself poring over it all again to find the nuggets you need to complete your deliverables, then copying and pasting information in order to use it in multiple locations. OneNote can be both the solution for the gathering part of your project, as well as the reference and reporting piece, if you know a few handy tips, tools and tricks to put your data to work. By using tags, sections, section groups and internal, as well as external links, you notebook can become more than a repository. It can become a collaboration place, a place from which to access all relevant pieces of a project and share pertinent information with those which needs it.
Why Should You Attend:
Your time is valuable. Your teams are valuable. Shuffling through pages of surveys, databases, worksheets, reports and research for what you need to get the job done is wasteful, and let’s face it, not terribly rewarding. OneNote has the power to function as the central access point for all data gathered on a project or study.
This tool, free from Microsoft, is an intuitive application which can be accessed on nearly any platform or device. While it is advisable to originate projects on PC’s with the desktop version, you can leverage the power of the mobile devices you already use to then populate your notebooks from the field.
“Another data repository?” Well, yes and no. If you are already using another tool, you can leverage OneNote by creating links. With only one place to go for information on a project, you and your team will be spending your valuable time doing more meaningful work that delivers measurable results to your organizations.
Reframe your data collections in a couple of clicks by using Meta tags and other organizational functionality. Move through the phases of your collection process in ways that create an archive as you go, without ever losing focus on important information.
Areas Covered in this Webinar:
During this OneNote online training, we’ll start out with OneNote fundamentals, how to get the tool, and where to position it. While this will be delivered from OneNote 2016 desktop version, it will be widely applicable to multiple versions and platforms, including OneNote 2007, 2010, and 2013.
Then, we’ll discuss the optimal location for your notebook given the type of information with which you are working and the size and distribution of your team. We’ll talk about the relative value of the cloud, which cloud and how which cloud or network you choose affects the tools you’ll have access to in the application.
We’ll reveal how OneNote looks on the creation platform as opposed to mobile devices that may be used in the field. You’ll learn how to compensate for limited tools on mobile technology.
As a foundation for the rest of the program, we’ll cover terminology and architecture of a typical OneNote notebook, how sections and pages differ and work together, how subpages and section groups can help reframe the data collection as the project progresses.
We’ll dive into the how-to’s of getting information from various sources into OneNote, utilizing OneNote’s various organization techniques to place information strategically.
Diving deeper, we’ll explore tags, tag summaries and data protection features to insure that the right data is viewable by the right people.
We’ll look at how OneNote links data, both internally and externally to allow you to repurpose data repositories that already exist and to make cross-referencing a one- or two-click operation.
Finally, we’ll take a look at the various ways to wrap up a data gathering project, so that the information collected can be easily referred and can be repurposed for a new project.
Several types of projects will be used as examples to enable you to walk away with skills you can use right now on projects you are beginning or ones already underway.
To acquire the skills necessary to leverage OneNote to speed up data collection activities and organize information so it is easily referenced for a multiple purposes.
Who Will Benefit:
Market research professionals
Quality control professionals
Melissa Esquibel specializes in empowering users of office productivity software. As a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) with more than 25 years in business application technology, Melissa has a unique ability to make learning programs enjoyable AND valuable.
Whether teaching how to crunch numbers with Excel, deliver compelling presentations in PowerPoint or generate business-winning proposals and reports with Word, Melissa impresses clients with her knowledge and instruction.
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