EDGE: Lunch and Learn - teacher.kent.k12.wa.us

EDGE: Lunch and Learn - teacher.kent.k12.wa.us

Encouraging Dynamic Growth for Educators OFFICE 365/OFFICE ONLINE LAURIE KIRKLAND AND SARAH STODDARD Introduction and Welcome Laurie Kirkland Sarah Stoddard Accessing All Lunch and Learn Presentations Frequently Used KSD Links

Student Tools SWIFT District Office EDGE Institute Find the EDGE Lunch and Learn page at the bottom of the list Feel free to download the presentation and take your own notes if you want. Session Objectives and Success Criteria

Participants will gain a basic understanding of the features of Office 365 Participants will explore the tools and features of Office 365 Participants will understand the basic differences between Office Online and Office Hard Install Participants will gain an understanding of how teachers are using Office 365 with their students By the end of todays session participants will be able to:

Login to Office 365 Navigate between the various online tools of Office 365 Save, share and edit documents in Office 365 Access continuing support as needed Agenda Overview of Features of Office 365

Share the teacher video Worktime Practice Continuing Support Overview of Features of Office 365 How to login/access

Tiles waffle Sharing files Difference between online program and the hard install Getting to online programs and editing Adding a picture to your 365 profile (email)

Teacher Video Video found here Worktime Log-in to Office 365 Frequently Used KSD Links Office 365 Use your KSD credentials + @kent.k12.wa.us Ex. [email protected]

Password: Your KSD log-in password Open Word Online create a new document Insert a 2 x 3 table add info to practice Ex. Name and Contact Save to your OneDrive

Share with a colleague in the room Navigate to the OneDrive tile via the 365 Waffle Click Shared with Me link and select your colleagues document Edit your colleagues document in Word Online Continuing Support and Contact Info

Getting Started in Office 365 Microsoft Atomic Learning Office 365 (need to login first) Laurie Kirkland Sarah Stoddard

7146 7149 CSC - 7030 Q and A Clock Hour Information Lunch and Learn participants are eligible to earn clock ours after attending a minimum of three sessions. On or after June 10th, participants who are eligible to receive clock hours will receive notification identifying the number of qualified hours along with directions for payment and submission.

Participants have until the last day of school to request clock hours and make payment to Professional Development. You will also receive your assignment that must be completed in order to fulfill the district clock requirement. This will be due by June 17 th. Next Session Topic: Office Mix Friday, December 11, 2015

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