Office 365

Tech’ top tips – #21. Immersing yourself in Office 365

Tweet This tip is provided by the Centre for Enhancing Learning through Technology (CELT). When opening documents in Office 365, take advantage of the Immersive Reader tool. In this view, Office will read text to you, provide tools to make reading easier and display pictures that help with understanding. Immersive Reader also has functions that highlight different types of words. For example; we can tell Immersive Reader to highlight all nouns in a sentence or all adjectives. To use Immersive Reader in Word Online click on View followed by Immersive ... read more

Tech’ top tips – #14. Take charge… of your email inbox

Tweet This tip is provided by the Centre for Enhancing Learning through Technology (CELT). Don’t let your office 365 email inbox weigh you down, if you haven’t done so already there are ways to organise your inbox to make sure that you can view and locate those important emails so they don’t get easily missed. Your Office 365 email is your official DMU email account which all your emails can be accessed from, these can be emails from your lecturers, any course or module related emails, DMU student union and DMU internal communications ... read more

Tech’ top tips – #11. 365 access to your studies

Tweet This tip is provided by the Centre for Enhancing Learning through Technology (CELT).   While enrolled at DMU, students have access to Microsoft Office 365. Office 365 provides access to 1tb of storage for each student and the ability to edit and create content using online versions of Microsoft Office.   Students also have the option to download Office applications on up to five devices. Office 365 can be accessed via MyDMU at https://my.dmu.ac.uk and clicking on the Office 365 tile. read more