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OneNote Class Notebook assignment and grading support comes to Blackbaud and eSchoolData

Over a year ago, we launched the OneNote Class Notebook add-in, with assignment and grade integration, connected to a Learning Management System (LMS) and Student Information System (SIS). Teachers from all over the world have connected OneNote Class Notebooks with their systems. We have heard requests for additional LMSes and SISes to be supported. The OneNote Class Notebook now integrates assignments and grades with over 40 LMSes and SISes—with more on the way.

With today’s OneNote Class Notebook add-in update, we are rolling out new LMS assignment and grade integration for Blackbaud onCampus and eSchoolData. To see the full list of committed education partners, please visit our OneNote Education Partners page. This page also has helpful training videos demonstrating how Class Notebooks integrate with each of the different LMSes and SISes.

Additions and improvements for the Class Notebook add-in, version 1.6.0.0, include:

  • Assignment and grade integration with Blackbaud onCampus.
  • Assignment and grade integration with eSchoolData.

Additional developments include:

  • Assignment and grade improvements for Google Classroom.
  • Bug fixes and stability improvements.

Watch the eSchoolData and Blackbaud videos to learn more. For details on how to attach your OneNote Class Notebook to a LMS or SIS and create assignments and grades, see “Class Notebook add-in getting started guide.”

As usual, please send any feedback you have directly to the team at OneNoteEDU@microsoft.com!

—The OneNote team

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