Office 365 allows you to use the latest Office applications over the Internet (cloud services).
Your Office 365 subscription also includes several
applications that are provided with limited support. This page is designed to give you a brief overview of those
services and provide links to Microsoft’s online support pages.
One Drive is a platform used to save files. These files include Word documents, Excel files, PowerPoints, etc. Former students and retired faculty: you will need to make a copy your data before your account becomes inactive.
One Note is a way to take and share notes with other users. Former students and retired faculty: before your account becomes inactive, make sure to copy the data from One Note.
Forms enables you to easily create basic surveys, questionnaires, and more. You are able to view results as they are submitted and export data to Excel. Forms is a useful tool when students, faculty, and staff need to create short-response surveys and quizzes that do not need the analyzing capabilities of Qualtrics.
Getting started with Forms
Sway is a new application from Microsoft Office that makes it easy to create and share interactive reports, personal stories, presentations, and more. It’s easy to create and share anything with Sway’s colorful and interactive canvas. Sway presentations can be opened in any web browser, shared via a link, and are viewable on mobile devices as well as computers. Users do not need to have a Sway account in order to view a Sway presentation.
Getting started with Sway
Microsoft To-Do is a simple and intelligent list that helps you plan your day. To-Do enables you organize daily tasks and chores. It is designed to sync between your phone and computer, so you can access your to-dos from various locations.
Getting started with To-Do