Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Making a SharePoint group project website, part of Office for Students.
If you're a student that has access to Microsoft…Office 365, then you also have access to SharePoint.…SharePoint gives you the ability to create a quick, Collaborative Website.…Here in my web browser, I've already logged in…to Office 365, I've clicked on my Sites Section,…and we're going to go ahead and take a look…at some of the student features of SharePoint Websites.…To get started let's go and click on New Site in the upper left hand corner.…I'm going to call this site, Group Project.…Now the first thing I'd like to mention is the naming conventions.…If I just go and type out Group Project, you can already see at the bottom it's…starting to lay out the URL, or the Web…Link where fellow students can access your Group-Project Website.…
However, if I leave that space there, Microsoft Office has…to fill that gap before it actually creates the Web Link.…It's going to do this by using a variety of symbols and numbers.…Instead what I'm going to do is take the space out of my project name.…You can see now in the link,…
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- Creating assignment templates
- Tracking changes and adding notes
- Creating bibliographies and citations
- Presenting in PowerPoint with SlideShare
- Using Excel to manage data
- Keeping school and personal email organized in Outlook
- Setting up a calendar
- Using SkyDrive to back up papers and assignments