How do I use Microsoft OneNote to make a Research Plan?
Need an effective organizational system to help you keep track of all the research for your wayward ancestors? Do you need it to be offline and online? And do you need it to sync with all your devices? Then check out my Using OneNote for Research Plans video tutorial below. Also check out the Part 2 right below it for Additional Features of OneNote for Researchers Video Tutorial. Below the videos are the freebies referenced in the videos [Research Plan Templates].
These OneNote videos come with some freebie downloads for Research Plan Templates. Below I've provided a Microsoft Office OneNote 2010 version and a Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 version for you to download. These are if you have OneNote. Also, I created an Evernote Research Plan Template and the link for it is listed in a public folder on Evernote. [Just click on the title.] If you do not use OneNote or Evernote, I've included for you to download a .doc version [for older versions of Word & those using non-Microsoft word processing software] and .docx version [for newer versions of Word] . Enjoy! UPDATE: Click here for more OneNote Freebies.