Connectors allow you to incorporate different web tools and applications into a channel. Connectors can be used with most types of teams. These allow you to add third-party services and incorporate them into your team.
- [Instructor] In this video I want to go over…another feature inside of Microsoft Teams,…and it's called connectors.…Connectors provide a way for you to add web services…or web tools to a specific channel.…Now one important thing to note…is that currently connectors are not available…inside of a class.…Therefore I won't be able to add connectors…in my Biology 101 class.…So in order to show you connectors…I'm going to quickly create another team.…I'm on the Team tab, and I'll go to the bottom.…Click Add Team, Create Team,…and instead of a class, I'm going to select…one for staff members.…
I'll name it Lake School Staff.…Then I'm going to put it public for anyone…in the organization.…I'll click Next, and it creates this team.…You can see it off to the left-hand side.…Let me skip this, and it's over here.…Now if I select this, up at the top…where it says Lake School Staff, and General,…I can click on the three dots icon,…and from here one of the things that we can…select is Connectors.…If I do this, a popup box appears…
Join Oliver Schinkten as helps you get started using Microsoft Teams for your classroom. He shows how to organize your class and classwork using channels and tabs, and then demonstrates how to add and manage learning activities. He covers working with students, the grading process, and communicating using meetings and chat sessions. He also explains how to integrate with OneNote Notebooks to create lessons plans that can be quickly disseminated to students.
- Accessing Microsoft Teams
- Creating a class
- Customizing class settings
- Adding students to a class
- Adding tabs and channels
- Adding resources using connectors
- Chatting with students
- Managing student communication
- Starting a meeting
- Getting alerts about activities
- Sharing files and resources
- Distributing and grading assignments