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For this week’s MIEE TV blog we’re going to take a look at what some of our Expert Educators have been up to in the last couple of weeks through the stories that they have sharing with each other over Yammer.
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.
The following is a guest post written by Gerald Haigh . It’s important always to think ahead of what seems currently possible. When computers first arrived in education there were many who speculated on whether they would ever replace the teacher...
The latest edition of the MIEE Minute Newsletter has gone out to our Expert Educators all over the world, and we are once again very pleased to be able to share this some of this content with out wider education audience.
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.
This week’s Teaching with Technology mini-tutorials focus on this theme, looking at some of the free tools available online that can be used in a number of different ways to personalise and enhance first time learning and revision.
We’re pleased to opening our doors for a special ‘Starter for 10’ Windows 10 event in Reading (at Thames Valley Park) on the 19th June. The sole purpose of the day is to prepare you in Windows 10 readiness, help you understand what is new in Windows 10, and to show Microsoft’s commitment to Education.