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OneDrive is a cloud-based storage solution that’s an essential part of Microsoft 365. It provides University staff and students with a secure and convenient place to store, share, and collaborate on personal work files.

With OneDrive, you can access and update your files from any device that supports it, including mobile devices, Macs, PCs, and web browsers. This makes it easy to work with colleagues and external partners in real time, no matter where you are.

For more general information about Microsoft OneDrive, please see our Microsoft OneDrive page.

Microsoft’s training content

Microsoft creates a wide range of training materials for their products, these are great for learning the basics, are frequently updated and don’t require you to login or register for an account.

Microsoft OneDrive video training

Microsoft Learning Pathways

The Microsoft Learning Pathways portal gives all University faculty, staff, and students access to official, always up-to-date, Microsoft training content. Navigate through bitesize modules on specific Microsoft 365 products or complete scenario based training.

Launch the Microsoft Learning Pathways portal

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is an online learning platform owned by LinkedIn that is used to help staff learn business, software, technology and creative skills through guided videos and tutorials.

Further information about the LinkedIn Learning platform.

OneDrive for Business Essential Training

Get started with OneDrive for Business, the cloud-based file management system included with Microsoft Office. Follow along with Jess Stratton as she shows how to use OneDrive for Business to keep files organized and accessible.

Covering both the desktop client app and the browser version of OneDrive for Business, this course shows how to upload, copy, delete, and download files and folders, and integrate with Office Online. Jess demonstrates how to share files using OneDrive and how to work on files collaboratively with colleagues.

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