I don’t usually talk about aspects of Office365 that require one of the paid subscriptions because, well, they cost money and I know teachers and schools have to prioritize their budgets (or have it prioritized for them). Remember that Office365 level A1 is free for schools, teachers & students and… Continue Reading Book ’em, Dano… using Office365

So, as I’m getting ready for our training for new Faculty I thought I’d put together the steps for making a survey or collecting data. You can see some of my other posts on Microsoft Forms by clicking the link. 1. VISIT http://forms.microsoft.com and sign in with your Office365 ID/password. … Continue Reading Getting info easily – Microsoft Forms

So on Fridays, I sit in the Lounge at School so that folks can get assistance with things. It’s good because just seeing me will prompt them “Oh, I had a question for you!”  Today, someone sat down with a coffee and asked me “So, if you have a question,… Continue Reading Keeping up with Microsoft

A brief aside.I had dropped by a workshop first thing this morning and was sitting at the front and wanted to grab a shot of the screen; at first I used my camera — I wasn’t thinking.  As soon as I looked at the image, I realized I should be using Office Lens.  Look, it… Continue Reading Using Office Lens

So I mentioned that one of the apps inside of Office365, Delve, is my best friend in a previous post – mostly because it’s an intelligent agent that helps me prioritize (and find) things I should be working on.  If you haven’t clicked on the Waffle in Office365 and then clicked… Continue Reading Using Delve to Board up your School

There’s no question that I think the best part of Office365, the best part of Microsoft, heck, the best part of the entire technology community is OneNote.  Hands down.  But what’s #2? #2 is Delve.  Delve is the user face for every bit of intelligence that is developed from  “Office… Continue Reading Why Delve is my best friend

Teacher content displayed on projector So it was optimistic of me to say I’d be able to post twice in the same day… so here I continue from #My24Hrs Part 1. So as it turned out, I didn’t have a lot of time to run around to classes.  I managed… Continue Reading #My24Hrs Part 2

It often surprises me when folks don’t know about Office365 and/or don’t know how Microsoft has changed its educational offerings in the past few years.  Although Google definitely had the lead up to say 2011, Microsoft has quickly come up from behind and re-invented the educational space for teaching, learning,… Continue Reading 5 Reasons Schools should run with Office365

While at the Bringing-IT-Together conference (one of the best gathering of learners in North America) in November 2015 I had the opportunity to present at a few sessions, mostly on OneNote (of course?) but I also got to work with some folks from Microsoft and, in recognition of being a Microsoft… Continue Reading “So you’ve sold your soul…”