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The obvious way for educators to use Microsoft Excel is to create spreadsheets that help track student progress, whether to track student grades or progress on something else such as returned forms, 21st century skills, or additional certifications. Microsoft Excel allows you to filter specific columns so that you can easily identify students who still need to turn in assignments, attain course objectives, or reach proficiency in certain areas.

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Higher Education Education + Elearning Office 365

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