Would you like to take a quick tour of the Outlook calendar? Click here.
The basic functions in Outlook will be sufficient to meet the needs of most users. The remits of some users, however, will call for them to make use of the more advanced components of the program. If you would like to get more out of Outlook have a look at the guide produced by the California State University.
Click here to visit the Blog developed by Perth and Kinross to support the use of ICT in schools.
The ICT in Education Excellence Group has submitted its final report to the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning. This report explores the future of Glow, post December 2013. A copy of the report can be obtained by clicking here.
The Cabinet Secretary would like to hear your views and thoughts in relation to the report and its recommendations. I would encourage you to respond to the Cabinet Secretary’s request for feedback. Arrangements for sending feedback can be found by clicking here.
The new Glow service will offer free access to Microsoft Office 365, which includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook. Further information about what is included in this resource can be found by clicking here.
The first component of Office 365 that will be rolled out in Inverclyde is Outlook, which should take place between the 1rst and 4th of March.