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Forgot how to do something?  Check out these quick videos to jog your memory.

 

Audacity​​​

​​​PowerPoint

​​Software Center​ 

Excel

Publisher                    

Video Production                      

Office365                    

Skype

Windows 10​​

OfficeMix                    

Skyward

Word

​​​OneNote

​​​SMARTBoard​

Outlook

SmoothDraw                 


 
 

Audacity​ ​

Excel

Using Audacity

Get Going Fast with Excel 2013

Training Courses for Excel 2013

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​Watch a vareity of lessons on using this audio program.

​This video shows you the top 5 things that have changed in Excel 2013.

​Check out a variety of different video tutorials to help you learn Excel 2013.  Beginner to advanced levels available.

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Office365​

​Welcome to Office365

Share Documents in Office365

Creating Permissions for O365

 

​General overview of Office365.

​Share documents in Office 365 using SharePoint team sites and OneDrive for Business.

​Create and apply permissions to your O365 site page.

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What is OneDrive for Business?

Sync OneDrive for Business with your Computer

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​OneDrive for Business is a personal library intended for storing and organizing your work documents. As an integral part of Office 365 or SharePoint Server 2013, OneDrive for Business lets you work within the context of your organization, with features such as direct access to your organization’s address book.​

​Sync OneDrive for Business or SharePoint site libraries to your computer and then access your library files in File Explorer instead of in a web browser. All updates sync to OneDrive for Business or site libraries whenever you’re online.​

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OfficeMix​ ​ ​ ​ ​

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​Get Started with OfficeMix?

​A library full of video tutorials on using OfficeMix.

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OneNote​​ ​ ​​

​OneNote for Teachers

​​OneNote Organizes Email

Getting Going Fast with OneNote 2013

                 

 

                 

 

​Welcome to the OneNote for Teachers Series. A site with several vdieo tutorials that will help you get started with OneNote

Learn how to organize and save emails to you OneNotes that you can easily keep track or take notes.

Start from the beginning and learn the basics of OneNoteThis video shows you the top five things that have changed in OneNote 2013.

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Get Started Taking Notes

How OneNote is Organized

Share Your Notebook

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​In this video, take an in-depth look at OneNote 2013: from starting it up for the first time, to taking notes. Plus, learn how to convert your notebook to the latest format.

This video shows you the three major places to find things: on the page, on the ribbon, and in the Backstage.​

​Share your notebook by moving it to a cloud service like OneDrive, SharePoint, or Office365.

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​OneNote Class Notebook

​OneNote in Windows 10

 

 
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​Use this tool to setup student notebooks for your students using O365 OneDrive.

Learn how to setup your Windows 10 device to open OneNote files in the "OneNote 2016" version of OneNote.​
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Outlook

​​Get Going Fast with Outlook 2013

First Look at Outlook 2013

A Closer Look at the Ribbon




​This video gives you a quick overview of the major changes in Outlook 2013.

​In this video, take an in depth look at Outlook 2013: from starting it up, to organizing and formatting your email. Also learn about the three major places to find things: in the workspace, on the ribbon, and in the Backstage.

​Take a tour of the ribbon and learn where all your favorite buttons, menus, and commands are.

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PowerPoint ​ ​ ​

Get Going Fast with PowerPoint 2013

Use Presenter View    

New and Improved -Inserting Pictures

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​This video shows you the top 5 things that have changed in PowerPoint 2013.

Presenter view is new to PowerPoint 2013. With Presenter view, the audience views your slides on a main screen, while you control the show on another screen that only you can see.

​Check out the new ways of inserting pictures in PowerPoint 2013.  Easily insert creative commons pictures from online sources without leaving PPT.

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Create and Edit Shapes

Remove Background from Image

Customize Themes

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See some of the powerful shape editing tools in PowerPoint 2010, including cropping an image to a shape, combining shapes and editing them. No longer do you need a standalone graphics program to create interesting shapes and artistic effects in your presentations. 

​Remove a background from an image with PowerPoint 2013. No other photo editing software necessary.

​ThemeThemes provide a complete slide design for your presentation, including background designs, font styles, colors, and layouts. To find themes, click Design, point to a theme, and see how it previews on the slide.

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Create a TIME Magazine Cover

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​See how to use the tools in PowerPoint to create TIME Magazine Covers.

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Publisher

What's New in Publisher 2013

​Inserting Images in Publisher

​Create Custom Color Schemes

Microsoft Publisher 2013 offers new ways to work with your pictures, so you can move them around, swap them, and add visual pop to your publications with new picture and text effects.

In this video, discover how to insert images and image placeholders in Microsoft Publisher .

​Learn how to create a custom color scheme in Microsoft Publisher

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​ ​ ​ ​Skype

Introducing Skype for Business

Setting Up Audio and Video for Skype

How to Add a Contact

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Just a super efficient way to quickly connect with co-workers and business partners! Skype for Business is IM, calling, video calling, and sharing and collaboration all rolled into one package.

Learn how to set up and use your computer’s built-in mic and speakers, or a headset, or another device for Skype for Business audio.

 

In Skype for Business, your contacts are the online identities of the people you communicate with a lot—both within your organization and outside of it (if they have a Skype account). Either way, you can add them to your Contacts list so they’ll be just a click away. Add people by name, by instant messaging address, or, if they are in your organization, by phone number. Every contact you add is assigned membership in one or more of your contact groups

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How to Send an Instant Message

Set Up a Skype Meeting in Outlook

Join a Skype Meeting

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Skype for Business instant messaging (IM) is an efficient way to connect with your contacts in real time and on a moment’s notice. Less formal than email, faster than a phone call—IM is tough to beat for speed and ease of use. You can send an instant message from anywhere in Skype for Business where you see a contact. Just check that the person's presence indicator is green first. This indicates that they are available.

You can use Outlook or Outlook Web App to schedule a Skype meeting--the same way you schedule meetings normally but with one or two extra clicks. If your account is configured for dial-in conferencing, the Skype meeting request will automatically include call-in information (phone number and conference ID).

​Most of the time, joining a Skype for Business meeting is as simple as clicking the meeting link. And you can join from anywhere, such as an airport, a coffee shop, your hotel, or your mobile device when you’re on the road.

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Skyward​ ​

Skyward Online Assignments Overview

Skyward Online Assignments Student View

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A brief overview of creating an online assignment template and an online assignment.

(*Note - The term "Assignments" is used for secondary and the term "Events" is used for elementary.)

​A tutorial on how students can access Skyward Online Assignments.

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SMARTBoard

Software Center

SMARTNotebook Lesson: Recording

SMART Notebook Lab Activities​

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​Using Software Center

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​Quick tutorial on how to record a SMART Notebook lesson.

​Tutorial that showcases the SMART Notebook lab activities.​​Tutorial that showcases the new SMART Notebook lab activity and new features.​

Access and download software from the Software Center

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​​SmoothDraw ​ ​ ​

Import Pictures into SmoothDraw

​Using Layers

Make a Khan like Video

                 

 
 

                    


                 



See how to import a picture into Smoothdraw​

​Learn about layers and how to use them in SmoothDraw

​Learn the techniques used to make a video lesson like you see on Khan Academy.

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Video Production

Green Screen Editing

VideoPad Basics

​Discover the magic of green screen. Learn how to do green screen editing in VideoPad

This video covers the basics of how to edit videos including adding your media files, editing, adding effects and transitions, adding or adjusting audio or narration and finally saving and exporting your videos.​

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Windows 10​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

New to Windows 10

Start Menu

Settings

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​Several tutorials to help you become familiar with Windows 10

​Learn how to access the Start Menu and apps, how to customize the Start menu by pinning programs and apps to the taskbar and favorites window, and how to search for content.

​Learn how to personalize and customize your Windows 10 device and how to access settings within apps

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Universal Apps

Microsoft Accounts

​What is Cortana?

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Discover the new unified look and feel of Windows 10 apps with Maps, Photos, OneNote and apps from the Windows Store. Having a consistent experience means teachers can focus less on teaching students how to use the technology, and focus more on creating highly engaging lessons.

​Several tutorials on how to setup and use a Microsoft Account

Learn how Cortana, your personal digital assistant, will help you with a variety of tasks including finding information and keeping you organized so you don't lose track of what you need to do.

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Microsoft Edge

Use Your PC like a Tablet

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​Find out all about Microsoft Edge, the powerful new browser in Windows 10. Learn how to search using the address bar, annotate directly onto websites with your pen, improve your online reading experience with reading view and how to access features using the Hub.

​Tablet mode makes Windows easier and more intuitive to use with touch on devices like 2-in-1s, or when you don't want to use a keyboard and mouse.

 

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Word 2013​

Get Going Fast with Word 2013

A First Look at Word 2013

How Things are Organized - Word 2013

                    

​This video shows you the top 5 things that have changed in Word 2013

​The best way to learn about Word 2013 is to start using it. Create a blank document and learn the basics of adding and formatting text.

​This video shows you the three major places to find things: in the document, on the ribbon, and in the Backstage.

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A Closer Look at the Ribbon

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Take a tour of the ribbon and learn where all your favorite buttons, menus, and commands are.

​Save your file either to your computer, or to an online service like OneDrive. Then find out how to share it with others, even if they have an older version of Office.