Microsoft Teams and teaching

September 3rd, 2020

With the return of students fast approaching, now is the time to think about how you can take your Microsoft Teams knowledge to the next level.

A number of Microsoft  Teams and Teaching sessions have been developed to help people do just that.

In one-hour sessions, colleagues can learn about:

  • The different types of teams and which is best for you
  • The different meeting options that are available
  • The different ways you can engage students on Teams e.g. through Microsoft Forms and Polly
  • How to use breakout spaces for student group work
  • Using Bookings to make arranging meetings with students and colleagues easier

Sessions are currently scheduled for:

  • Friday 4 September – 1.45pm
  • Monday 7 September – 11am
  • Wednesday 9 September – 11am

To book onto one of these sessions, please visit MS Teams and Teaching.

Please note: This session is aimed at University Staff who have either watched or attended the Teams Basics for Staff. A Microsoft Teams training session aimed at students will be available in due course.

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