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Expanding Technology In The Classroom
Windows 10 Tutorials
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See What's on the Start Menu
Watch this tutorial to learn about how the start menu has changed in Windows 10, and to see how you can start to personalize the menu based on your preferences.
Cortana is your clever new personal assistant and can be used to help you find things on your PC, manage your calendar, track packages, find files, chat with you, and tell jokes.
Learn how to setup and start using Cortana with these tutorials.
Learn how to use Microsoft Edge a new web browser that lets you annotate on a webpage, hide advertisements while in reading mode, and save items to a reading list you can access from any Windows 10 device.
Personalization and Settings
Learn how to personalize your Windows 10 experience. In these tutorials you can see how to vhange a vareity of settings and also about the action center icon.
Introduction to Windows 10
In this course, you will learn about the basic features of Windows 10. You will have an opportunity to personalize your device, set up Cortana, your personal assistant, practice annotating using digital ink and the new browser, Microsoft Edge. You will learn how to easily share your work through OneNote, Office365, and the Reading List. Finally, you will learn how you can make teaching more efficient through the use of multiple desktops.
Bing for Education
Bing is not only a powerful search engine, but it provides the necessary tools for students and teachers to quickly access the information they need along with free digital lesson plans and project based lesson plans, Bing Has Answers study tools, and Bing Bell Ringer to inspire students.
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