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
Click Here for the poster.
If you are using Google Docs or Microsoft SkyDrive saving your files has become incredibly easy. There is NO save button. All of your edits are automatically saved. All of those times you’ve typed a 3 page paper and something happened… poof, you lost your work… GONE! All of those misplaced thumb drives or CD’s, not an issue anymore. Simply… Read More »Saving Files in the Cloud
License Attribution (cc) Some rights reserved by Tom Verre I noticed that SkyDrive does not have breadcrumbs to help me navigate. Breadcrumbs are links, usually along the top of a webpage, that show you where you have been on the website to help you to more easily navigate your way back. (These are in reference to the story of Hansel… Read More »Navigation in Microsoft 365 SkyDrive
After creating a folder in Microsoft SkyDrive for Microsoft 365 you will probably want to share the folder. The power of the cloud is to collaborate with colleagues and to share files with students. Folder sharing helps teachers and students to go paperless! Dot Dot Dot Click on the dot dot dot to the right of the file name. A… Read More »Sharing a Folder in Microsoft 365 SkyDrive
If your school is using Microsoft 365 I highly encourage you to start all of your documents in SkyDrive. One neat feature about 365 is the ability to work in the cloud or on the desktop version of Microsoft Office. Go to http://portal.microsoftonline.com to create or find your documents. Make sure you are in SkyDrive, this is located along the top… Read More »Creating and Deleting a Folder in Microsoft 365 SkyDrive