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I am ready to implement yet another way of using a digital lab notebook in my classes. My attempts in the past have all possessed critical flaws that make me reluctant to use them moving ahead. Yet the promise of an all-digital approach is still very appealing. However, a recent update to the iPad app “OneNote” has me optimistic. Is there a way to use this efficiently and powerfully in the course? What changed is that the app allows for digital inking in addition to typing and photos and cutting-pasting. In other words, it now has the functionality that makes an iPad more useful than your basic laptop. So I forge ahead with cautious optimism that my students will truly be free of the dreaded printed LNB!
Steps to Start
Using the Notebook