By: Pip Cleaves
“As more and more educational spaces get access to Office 365, we are all looking for guidelines and easy ideas for use in our classrooms. Over the next couple of weeks we will highlight the top tips for getting your Office 365 world humming along with ease.
In this blog post you will learn to create, upload, sync and share Word, Excel, OneNote and PowerPoint documents with either students or your peers.
In OneDrive (part of Office 365) you can easily create documents that you might use for:
- Collaborative writing and note taking
- Peer and Teacher led feedback
- Working with teams and committees
- Working in your faculty
OneDrive is the document storage area of Office 365. A place to keep your documents to tap into wherever you are, and a place to create collaborative workflows for your classroom and workspace. You’ll find OneDrive by clicking on the OneDrive option in the top right hand side of your Office 365 environment.” To read further please click here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/austeachers/archive/2014/10/29/collaborating-with-office-365-onedrive.aspx