So the 26th of October is our Austrian National Day and we celebrate our everlasting neutrality since 1955 (Wikipedia). But this day in 2016 also marks the day that my long-cherished dream has finally come true. Embed interactive GeoGebra natively in OneNote!
I have had this idea for a very long time and some of my former blog posts are dealing with this wish:
Now that I have created a workaround (with Sway) two months ago, today I have discovered that from today on you just have to simply copy and paste a link to an existing GeoGebra-Web-applet on GeoGebraTube into a OneNote Page and „BOOM!“ you get a fully functional, interactive GeoGebra-Applet right within your OneNote page:
So this is so AMAZING, as it means that you can now create fully interactive math textbooks with OneNote! If you take the other embed-features of OneNote (Have a look at @OneNoteC’s overview ) you can add video, interactive quizzes and other things to a OneNote page. So you can create everything in ONE environment and students do not have to switch to a browser or other apps. They can simply interact with GeoGebra and write down their notes right beside it.
And because OneNote is completely free on any device, you have the chance to create real interactive textbooks for every plattform! And it gets even better: If you have a CC-BY-SA textbook in mind, you can take advantage of the hundred-thousands of GeoGebra-applets that is already available on GeoGebraTube.
So there is only one question left: Who wants to join me to create the best digital, interactive math textbook?