Our feature roundup contains curated highlights from the Microsoft 365 roadmap to help you identify value-adding tools and features that can help to improve the way you work.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of our monthly Microsoft 365 roundup. Our feature round up is designed to help you stay up-to-date with the latest features and changes to the Microsoft 365 apps.
This month's update focuses on a range of new and updated Microsoft Teams features and the Bookings with me scheduling tool.
If you’re a new student starting with us this year or even a returning student wanting to find out more […]
IT Service have launched the Microsoft Learning Pathways portal which gives all University staff and students access to official and up-to-date Microsoft 365 training content.
Microsoft 365 is the new name for Microsoft’s Office 365 subscription service. It includes everything Office 365 included—and more.
Microsoft 365 empowers users with the latest innovations across new and familiar productivity experiences like Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Teams and Outlook. Microsoft apps are pre-installed on university devices and can be accessed through the start menu (Windows) or Finder (MacOS).
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Microsoft 365 provides best-in-class apps and powerful cloud services with accessibility built-in. Designed to meet the needs of people around the globe with different abilities, the features within the Microsoft 365 apps ensure everyone can create, communicate, and collaborate on any device.
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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
Microsoft Teams is part of the Microsoft 365 Application Suite. Teams is where you can instant message and video call students and staff, arrange video meetings, share documents
Some modules have specific MS Teams sites set up for you where you can discuss different topics, your module leader will instruct you on how to join and use these.
Check our Microsoft Teams Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
OneDrive for Business is an integral part of Microsoft 365, it provides a place in the cloud where University students can store, share and work on files together in real-time. Documents stored in OneDrive are automatically saved and can be restored to previous versions.
With 5TB of cloud storage, OneDrive gives you plenty of space to store all all of your University files.
Check our OneDrive Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
With Microsoft Forms you can create a form, such as a survey or quiz, invite others to respond to it using almost any web browser or mobile device, see real-time results as they’re submitted, use built-in analytics to evaluate responses, and export results to Excel for additional analysis or grading.
To access Microsoft Forms you’ll need to please visit www.office.com, select Sign In at the top right corner then enter your University of Worcester credentials. Select the All Apps icon from the bottom left corner then choose Forms from the list of available apps.
Microsoft Forms supports a number of accessibility tools. For more information visit the Microsoft support article.
Microsoft Forms training
Microsoft Stream is a video service used to upload, view, and share videos securely. You can share recordings or other videos with lectures and other students on your courses. You can also share comments on a video, tag timecodes in comments and descriptions to refer to specific points in a video.
Check our Microsoft Stream Frequently Asked Questions for more information