Reviewed by Nick Dean as part of the requirements for EDT631 Spring 2015 OneNote is unique in the sense that multiple people are able to make edits and save changes to a document that can be shared online. In OneNote there appears that there are several functions it can serve. As we all know sharing is caring and this tool does make sharing much more convenient. As stated by Dominic, you will be able to create a shareable link to send of to anyone even if they do not have a OneNote account. Within the one Notebook you can create several sections and even more pages. Each of these can contain various information that is easily arranged and customized just as this one. There are also many drawing features that allow you to take photos and color them, crop them, emphasize certain points and more! There is also a feature where you can draw math problems and translate them right onto the One Note. It also has the ability to directly upload an excel sheet into it to share with others. You can also put videos directly in OneNote through either a link or by recording one and having the playback feature directly in here (I do not have a webcam and could not do this). I did include a tutorial video in the link above. You can also record and insert audio directly into this, much like the one Dominic demonstrated, which can also be recorded and inserted. There is a bit of a challenge to get this resource to sync properly amongst several devices. Also as earlier mentioned it is best not to make multiple edits at the same time. Personally with its syncing issues and difficulties doing, what I consider, some standard editing, I would not recommend OneNote as there are other ways of doing similar things more easily. But overall this is a great tool for someone to take notes and keep things updated across different devices. This also has several practical uses in a classroom setting. Such as a teacher sharing this with their students in a view only mode. This would allow them to teach, tutor, and various other applications with a single or multiple students. Any changes she would make would be updated in real time due to the frequent syncing. If the teacher allowed for an edit mode the students could even post questions directly into the presentation/work.