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Use Microsoft OneNote to Stay Organized
December 12, 2013
Education Points: 0.1
Now the notes you take in the field can be easily shared with a colleague or work team to help keep you all moving toward the same goals. OneNote is designed to work like an electronic version of a tabbed ring binder, letting you type or draw, take audio notes, save images, and even record on-the-spot observations. Justin Apel, GCBAA's executive director, shares some tips on getting started with this collaborative tool. Apel expands upon his earlier Golf Industry Show presentation in this 60-minute webcast. Join us to learn how you can get started using OneNote and the cloud.About the Instructor
Justin Apel, a graduate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, joined the Golf Course Builders Association of America in 2006. In 2011, he was named executive director and has helped lead the association in its expansion of membership categories and participation in international initiatives that support the game. In addition, Apel is responsible for GCBAA's charitable arm, the GCBAA Foundation. Today, the association continues to grow both domestically and internationally, and is now a partner in the China and Asia Golf shows. GCBAA's membership represents the contractors who construct and renovate golf courses around the world, along with the suppliers and consultants whose products are used in construction.
For a complete webcast description and instructor bio,
visit the education section of GCSAA’s web site