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Whether a teacher covering new material in class, or a student demonstrating their understanding of what they have learned, PowerPoint is a tool that allows all people to present information in a variety of engaging and creative ways, as well as including all sorts of other media through the use of PowerPoint add-on Office Mix. So whether you're new to PowerPoint 2016 or upgrading from a previous version, this Quick Start Guide will help you to learn the basics and take you through some of the new features.
Today, OneNote and Office Mix team up to talk about the work we are doing to integrate with all major Learning Management Systems (LMS) and the benefits this brings educators.
Recently we’ve been looking at the some of the new features of Office 2016 applications through a series of Quick Start Guides aimed at helping everyone to be more productive, collaborative and efficient when using Office. Our focus today is OneNote 2016, which is where you can keep all of your notes for a variety of subjects, work collaboratively on group projects and assignments, or if you are a teacher, the Class Notebook from where you manage your students’ work and class content.
The following post is the first in series of blog posts from Microsoft in Education partner Learning Possibilities. Earlier in the year we explored the work they have been doing with Office 365 in Wales through the Hwb+ platform, and now we are looking ahead to the launch of the LP+365 app in December.
General availability tickets have now sold out but we have a limited number available for our education customers. Please register now using the invite code in this blog to secure your free place at what promises to be a life shaping experience unlike any other.
Presentations are used every day to educate, enlighten and energize. Head teachers will have to present to teachers, teachers will need to present daily to their students, and those students will have to present on many occasions throughout their education and beyond. This tutorial in our Sway series will show you how Sway can be used to make great presentations, and how you can make the most of the easy to use features to make your presentation as interactive and informative.