Office 365 Essentials: Simple cloud storage with OneDrive
- Date: 1st June 2022
- Time: 10:00 – 11:00
- Duration: 1 hour
- Audience: All Staff | All Students
- Digital Capability: Digital Proficiency and Productivity
- Booking Link: https://edin.ac/3vtTyYd
Microsoft OneDrive is a cloud-based file storage solution included within the Office 365 suite of tools. It can be used to create, upload, and manage University-related files, allowing them to be accessed from any device, anywhere in the world.
All University staff members and students benefit from a 1TB private OneDrive storage space as part of the University’s subscription to Office 365.
This short course will introduce you to the basics of Microsoft OneDrive. It will cover:
- What OneDrive is and how to access it
- Creating and uploading files and folders
- Creating and saving files using Microsoft Web apps (Word, PowerPoint, Excel etc.)
- Managing files and folders, and sharing them with others
- Deleting and retrieving files and folders
- Help and support resources for OneDrive
This introductory level course is suitable for all members of staff in all roles and students. There are no prerequisites for this event, and it assumes no prior knowledge or experience using Microsoft OneDrive.
About the presenter - Andy Todd
Andy has worked for the Digital Skills and Training Team for 10 years and delivers a wide range of training courses with a focus on improving productivity skills, allowing staff and students to work and study more effectively. In addition to his teaching role, Andy also manages the University’s online learning platform, LinkedIn Learning.