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With project based learning becoming an increasingly popular method of teaching in schools and college, and group assignments commonplace in Higher Education, having a flexible and accessible collaborative environment for collating, organising, creating and editing content is of huge help to students and teachers.
Often homework and other projects with require students to do their own research and collate information from a variety of sources in order to complete an assignments to their best of their capabilities. With OneNote you can conduct research in a variety of ways - from any device.
One of the key challenges faced by Microsoft’s award-winning Get On programme is to inspire more women to pursue STEM subjects at college and beyond.
Today we hosted the UK Finals of the MOS World Championship, and can now reveal the winners and runners up for each category, including who will be travelling to the Dallas in August to represent the UK in the World Finals.
This week, the UK Finals of MOS World Championship which will be hosted here at Microsoft UK Headquarters in Reading. Earlier this year we announced the first group of students who’ll be joining us on June 17th, and now we are pleased to reveal the full list of finalists from both qualifying rounds.
There are some differences between the Office Online applications found in Office 365, and the Office 2013 desktop apps. Emma Hicks from Arnold Hill Academy runs you through the basics of how to create new documents using Office Online, save documents on the computer to OneDrive for Business, and share files with others.
Creating notes during classes, or researching a topic for a project or assignment will often involve having to gather information from a variety of sources and in a number of different formats. Thanks to OneNote, students are able to easily collate, organise, annotate, link, share and protect their work in their notebooks.