Introduction to Office 365Universal Design for Learning is a powerful educational framework designed to support and promote inclusion in the classroom. The tools found within Microsoft Office 365 allows for implementation of UDL within the learning environment. Office 365 is a subscription based cloud service plan which includes access to Microsoft Office applications, such as Word, OneNote, Excel, and PowerPoint, and other productivity services over the Internet to support students with diverse learning needs. This course will go over the features on some of the Office applications. Each Module contains step-by-step tutorials with visuals, along with video demonstrations for some of the applications. This resource is intended for educators and students to use.

Module 1 – Introduction to Office 365

Module 1 provides a brief overview of Microsoft Office 365, and the modules that follow in this self-directed course.

Office 365 Introduction

Module 2 – Privacy Information

This is a brief overview of the Freedom of Information and Privacy and Protection Act (FIPPA).

Privacy Information

Module 3 – OneDrive

This is an overview of using OneDrive in Office 365.

OneDrive in Office 365

Module 5 – PowerPoint

This is an overview of using PowerPoint for Office 365.

Using PowerPoint for Office 365

Module 6 - Forms

This is an overview of creating Microsoft Forms for Office 365

Forms in Office 365

Module 7 - Excel

This is an overview of using Microsoft Excel for O365.

Excel in Office 365

Module 9 - Teams

This is an overview of Microsoft Teams for Office 365.

Teams in Office 365

Module 10 - Sway

This is an overview of Microsoft Sway for Office 365

Microsoft Sway for Office 365

Module 11 - SharePoint

This is an overview of Microsoft SharePoint for Office 365

SharePoint in Office 365

Module 12 - Read&Write in Office 365