Have you heard? You can now embed a public Wakelet URL on to a OneNote page for a beautiful display of all of your organized and curated resources. Why not create a collection of research sites for your students or a list of OneNote tips for your teachers and just pop the link on to a OneNote page: Wala…beautiful!
It really does not get much easier than this. All you need to do is copy the link to the Wakelet you want to share and paste it on the page. One word of caution, however. With its last update, the option to do this with a link from its browser is not working properly. They are working to correct the issue. In the meantime, you will need to use a Wakelet link from a different browser, such as Edge or Firefox.
Take a look at this Wakelet collection of so many great Tweets about the exciting union of OneNote and Wakelet. I just love how OneNote is listening to its users. They saw a Tweet from an educator and instantly began collaborating with Wakelet on how they could make the request a reality.
Ideas for implementation:
• Create quick links for students and parents to help with research projects or tutorials.
• Share out links to student projects for everyone in the class to view.
• Provide your teaching partners and other staff access to online resources you have been collecting.
• Read more about how this all came about on this Microsoft Education blog post.
Check out all of the other amazing things that you can embed into OneNote.