Utilizing Microsoft OneDrive to Effectively Collaborate

Utilizing Microsoft OneDrive to Effectively Collaborate
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (137 ratings)
4,128 students
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Utilizing Microsoft OneDrive to Effectively Collaborate
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (137 ratings)
4,128 students
Learn how to utilize Microsoft OneDrive

Requirements

  • Must have access to laptop & internet access

Description

In this course, teachers will learn how to use Microsoft Office OneDrive to effectively collaborate and communicate within their professional learning communities. Microsoft OneDrive is the sharing platform utilized most within local school districts, and is used to share calendars, lesson plans, instructional strategies and student activities. This e-learning module is divided into five lessons. Each lesson will demonstrate a different component of OneDrive and has three objectives for the teacher to master.

Who this course is for:

  • Secondary Teachers

Course content

5 sections • 9 lectures • 31m total length
  • Introduction to OneDrive
    01:25
  • Introduction to How to Use OneDrive Quiz
    4 questions

Instructors

Veronica Nicole Cretors
  • 3.5 Instructor Rating
  • 137 Reviews
  • 4,128 Students
  • 1 Course

My name is Veronica Cretors and I have been an educator for 12 years.  I specialize in social studies courses, specifically World Geography.  I currently work and reside in Harlingen, Texas along with my husband and two children.

I have a Master's of Science degree in Educational Administration and I am passionate about educating students to become lifelong learners.

I began my pursuit of a doctoral degree in Curriculum & Instruction, with an emphasis in Educational Technology, in the Spring of 2017.  I chose the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley because of their vast course offerings and high recommendations from fellow colleagues.

Professor of Educational Technology at UTRGV
Rene Corbeil
  • 3.5 Instructor Rating
  • 137 Reviews
  • 4,128 Students
  • 1 Course

Dr. Joseph Rene Corbeil, Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley, has been involved in technology and distance education for over 35 years. He is the program coordinator for the 100% online, accelerated Master of Education in Educational Technology and the Faculty Lead for the doctoral specialization in Educational Technology. Research interests include best practices in synchronous and asynchronous communication, enhancing critical thinking through distance education, and developing and maintaining learning team collaborations in computer-mediated learning environments.