What are these other apps that you have access to? Below is a brief description of each one. Click on the name of the app to get to the Microsoft Office Support page explaining how to get started using these.
OneNote is a notebook app used for gathering notes, drawings, screen clippings, and audio commentaries for individual use or multi-user collaboration.
Tasks - These are items you can create in Outlook that you want to track until they are completed but that you don't want to put on your calendar.
Planner - for working in Teams. Create a plan, build a team, assign tasks, and receive update statuses.
Forms is the newest addition to Office 365 Education that allows teachers and students to quickly and easily create custom quizzes, surveys, questionnaires, registrations and more.
Sway is a digital storytelling app that makes it quick and easy to create and share interactive reports, presentations, and stories.
People - similar to your address book, this is where you can store your personal contacts and where you can find the Directory for Central Penn.
Video - allows you to share videos within your organization
SharePoint - used to create websites, SharePoint is a place to store, organize, share, and access information.
Delve - another way to connect and collaborate with people within your organization. On your profile page you can access to documents you have worked on recently or search for other people and see what documents, webpages, or videos they have shared with you.
Newsfeed - One of the social network-type options within Office 365, use Newsfeed to start a conversation with people and stay current with the things they post and share.
Yammer - the other social network-type option just for Central Penn. Only people with Central Penn email addresses can join in. You can join a group, follow people and 'like' their messages, or reply to a conversation.
All Central Penn students within the Legal Studies and Paralegal programs have access to Legal Technology Assessment (LTA) from Procertas. LTA trains participants to use common applications (Word, Excel, & PDF) specifically for how the tools are used in the legal field.
For more general training on common business software (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), all Central Penn College students have access to Basic Office Technology Assessment (BOTA). Because each person will have a unique login, the assessments allow users to tailor their training to their individual needs.
To obtain access, reply to the Welcome email that will go out once per term to establish an account. If you need additional help with access, contact Margie Stuski.