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Microsoft Outlook 2013 - Level 1 new Self-taught Not bookable

The skills and knowledge acquired in Microsoft Outlook 2013 - Level 1 are sufficient to be able to send and receive emails, schedule appointments and maintain contact details information.

Microsoft Outlook 2013 - Level 2 new Self-taught Not bookable

The skills and knowledge acquired in Microsoft Outlook 2013 - Level 2 are sufficient to be able to manage and organise your e-mail, schedule meetings with colleagues, manage your contact information, create task requests for others to perform and much more.

Microsoft Outlook 2016 Level 1 new Self-taught Not bookable

Microsoft Outlook 2016 - Level 1 enables users to be able to send and receive emails, schedule appointments and maintain contact details information.

Microsoft Outlook 2016 Level 2 new Self-taught Not bookable

Microsoft Outlook 2016 - Level 2 enables users to be able to manage and organise your e-mail, schedule meetings with colleagues, manage your contact information, create task requests for others to perform and much more.

The skills and knowledge acquired in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 - Level 1 (with Challenge Exercises) are sufficient to be able to create real-world slide shows. You will learn how to create, print and publish presentations.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 - Level 2 (with Challenge Exercises) is designed for users who are keen to extend their understanding and knowledge of the software beyond creating basic presentations.

The skills and knowledge acquired in Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 - Level 1 (with Challenge Exercises) are sufficient to be able to create real-world slide.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 - Level 2 (with Challenge Exercises) is designed for users who are keen to extend their understanding and knowledge of the software beyond creating basic presentations.

Microsoft Project 2013 - Level 1 new Self-taught Not bookable

The skills and knowledge acquired in this course are sufficient for the learner to be able to use Microsoft Project 2013 to create a new project, enter and work with tasks and resources, create a schedule, and print effective project information.

Microsoft Project 2013 - Level 2 new Self-taught Not bookable

Microsoft Project 2013 - Level 2 is designed for existing users of Microsoft Project who wish to extend their skills and knowledge beyond the creation of simple projects.

Microsoft Project 2013 - Level 3 new Self-taught Not bookable

Microsoft Project 2013 - Level 3 aims to take the learner to more advanced levels of Microsoft Project. It covers a diverse range of topics including working simultaneously on multiple projects, sharing resources between several projects, downsizing very large projects, using templates, and automating operations with VBA

Microsoft Project 2016 - Level 1 new Self-taught Not bookable

The skills and knowledge acquired in this course are sufficient for the learner to be able to use Microsoft Project 2016 to create a new project, enter and work with tasks and resources, create a schedule, and print effective project information.

Microsoft Project 2016 - Level 2 new Self-taught Not bookable

The skills and knowledge acquired in this course are sufficient for the learner to be able to use Microsoft Project 2016 to create a new project, enter and work with tasks and resources, create a schedule, and print effective project information.

Microsoft Project 2016 - Level 3 new Self-taught Not bookable

The skills and knowledge acquired in this course are sufficient for the learner to be able to use Microsoft Project 2016 to create a new project, enter and work with tasks and resources, create a schedule, and print effective project information.

The skills and knowledge acquired in Microsoft Publisher 2013 (with Challenge Exercises) are sufficient to be able to create publications such as flyers, newsletters and labels.

The skills and knowledge acquired in Microsoft Publisher 2016 (with Challenge Exercises) are sufficient to be able to create publications such as flyers, newsletters and labels.

Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Advanced Users Thu 9 Feb 2017   09:30 CANCELLED

This course is designed to introduce Microsoft SharePoint features as a site owner. It covers how to create SharePoint components, manage workflow and setup site permissions.

Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Beginners Wed 18 Jan 2017   09:30 CANCELLED

This course is designed to introduce Microsoft SharePoint features as a user with little or no knowledge of SharePoint. It covers basic understanding of SharePoint components, navigation, and site content handling.

There is a follow on course for site owners / administrators Microsoft SharePoint for More Advanced Users

Microsoft SharePoint 2013/Online: For Your Institution new Thu 22 Jun 2017   09:30 Finished

This course introduces the most commonly used features of SharePoint 2013 on premise and SharePoint Online platforms. It covers topics that will assist institutions in evaluating SharePoint for their institutional requirements. During the course there will be discussion on how to implement SharePoint solutions in existing or new SharePoint deployments. It is beneficial to have your institution requirements prepared for class discussion.

Microsoft Teams in Higher Education (Guest Speaker) new Tue 10 Sep 2019   10:30 Finished

This is an opportunity for Cambridge’s teaching staff to see guest speaker, Dale Munday from Lancaster University, showcase how Lancaster University are using MS Teams in higher education.

NOTE: UIS is currently undertaking a review of all the digital collaboration services it provides with a view to rationalising the number of solutions it supports in future. Microsoft Teams is one of the solutions included in the scope of the review. The review is still in progress, and no decisions about which solutions UIS will support in future have yet been reached. This external speaker event is being hosted by UIS independently of the review, and is solely intended to share information about what other HE establishments are doing in the digital education space.

MS Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one 21st Century teaching and learning space. Educators can create collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learning communities, and communicate from a single experience in Office 365 for Education allowing them to create rich, persistent conversation makes learning more visible and accessible to the entire class.

Teachers can engage students in project-based learning with text, video, and voice using integrations. Harnessing student social interactions allow educators to enhance the learning and provide an engaging space to assess and feedback. The opportunity to empower students while helping them develop the skills they'll need to be successful in the future will be demonstrated throughout the session. Approaching assessment & feedback as an ongoing dialogue presented in multi-modal and digital form can support opportunities for learning that are creative, critical, and mirror our increasingly digitally-mediated society.

Delegates will be guided through Microsoft Teams and the process of utilizing a range of digital tools to create an engaging, inclusive and pedagogically underpinned curriculum/classroom. The session will focus on active learning approaches, harnessing the opportunities afforded through digital technologies, where inclusion and collaboration will be at the forefront. Amplifying the synergy between Microsoft Teams and the associated Class OneNote will demonstrate the power of individualised student portfolios and the variety of teaching approaches that can be enhanced through this delivery resource. Building on recent research, which explored the impact of drawing on to-be-learned information, highlighted enhanced memory and found it to be a reliable, replicable means of boosting performance. Teams & Class OneNote allow teachers and students to use digitally handwritten notes, drawings and graphic organisers to enhance the learning experience.

The skills and knowledge acquired in Microsoft Visio 2013 - (with Challenge Exercises) are sufficient to be able to create real-world drawings using the many shapes, stencils and templates provided with the software.

The skills and knowledge acquired in Microsoft Visio 2016 - (with Challenge Exercises) are sufficient to be able to create real-world drawings using the many shapes, stencils and templates provided with the software.

Microsoft Windows 10 new Self-taught Not bookable

Microsoft Windows 10 is designed for users who are keen to learn how to operate the software to perform tasks that include: starting applications, creating folders, copying and moving files, creating and using libraries, performing searches, and personalising Windows.

Microsoft Windows 8.1 new Self-taught Not bookable

Microsoft Windows 8.1 is designed for users who are keen to learn how to operate the software to perform tasks that include: starting applications, creating folders, copying and moving files, creating and using libraries, performing searches, and personalising Windows.

This hands-on beginner’s course aims to give the learner a sound grounding in the use of Microsoft Word 2013 to create everyday documents required either at work or at home. Particular emphasis is placed on developing accurate and well-designed documents. The course begins by showing the learner how to navigate around Microsoft Word 2013. It then quickly gets the learner to create a new document before moving onto features such as text manipulation and enhancement, creating and using tabs and tables, embellishing documents with clip art and pictures, creating multiple documents through merging and printing documents.

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