In Office 365 when you create a document the default title is “Document.” To rename this simply click on the title and edit it.
Users of Office 365 will want to favorite or follow documents that are a top priority. This will allow teachers to better collaborate on documents. After logging into Office 365, choose OneDrive along the top. This will take you to your document list. Notice on the left hand side the option for “Followed Documents.” Followed documents are your documents or… Read More »Office 365: Follow Documents
Forms I have heard some users of Microsoft 365 that they wish there was a way to have something like Google Forms to collect formative assessment or survey data from students and parents. Office 365 provides this functionality. Excel Survey In OneDrive, click on “New.” The last document option is “Excel survey.” Create Survey Name the file and you… Read More »Office 365: Use Excel Survey to Gather Information
I am a big proponent of creating a “digital haversack” where your classroom website contains all of the resources both you as a teacher and your students would need. If I create a slideshow, I will embed it into the daily agenda for students to go through. Parents can also view this to help direct the questions they ask their… Read More »Embed a PowerPoint on your Website
If you are not familiar with Microsoft 365, it is a version of Microsoft Office. The advantage to using this particular Office product is the cloud capabilities. You are able to edit your Word, PowerPoint, OneNote or Excel files on multiple devices. You are also able to collaborate in real time on the files. Log In If your district… Read More »Logging Into Microsoft 365