Associate Professor Gary Grant presenting at the Microsoft Summit at Griffith University in June.

Recently in Explore Learning and Teaching, we’ve been fortunate enough to work with Associate Professor Gary Grant and hear how he uses Microsoft Teams and OneNote in his teaching. His 2 Faculty Sparks are now live to give you ideas and inspiration on what is possible with using 2 of the Microsoft 0365 suite of tools. Coming off the success of the recent Microsoft Summit held here at Griffith, Gary’s presentations both at the Summit and within his Faculty Sparks give a really good view of how to get started and the potential for increasing engagement and active learning with students.

We’ve all heard about the move to use Microsoft within our teaching, and possibly even seen some examples. But where do you start? Take a look at some of the resources that have been created to date:

  1. Getting started with Microsoft Teams
  2. Look at the Project site for how to get started with Office 365
  3. And of course your Learning & Teaching Consultant will be able to help you get started too!

Those are just some of the great resources available here at Griffith, plus there are people with a wealth of knowledge too. See your Learning and Teaching Consultant first if you’re keen to learn more, they can definitely point you in the right direction.