MS Teams Getting Started
- 1 Overview
- 1.1 Using Microsoft 365 Groups, Teams and Streams for Courses
- 1.2 Getting Started with Office 365 Teams (SharePoint Groups)
- 1.3 Getting Started with Office 365 Stream
- 1.4 Want to book a session with the ITS Team about Microsoft 365?
Microsoft Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one place. Students can collaborate in class and connect with classmates, ask the instructor questions, work on homework, and track upcoming work. Access the Office 365 suite of apps available, including Teams and Stream at the Office 365 portal login.
Using Microsoft 365 Groups, Teams and Streams for Coursesrelationship between Blackboard courses, Office 365 groups, Microsoft Stream and Microsoft Teams with a focus on how to use these tools for use in your UWindsor course.
ITS maintains a Knowledge Base article on Teams with relevant links to specific articles. Current topics linking from the Knowledge Base article include Conversion of Office 365 Groups into Microsoft Teams, Guest access in Microsoft Teams, Installing Microsoft the Teams App, the Microsoft Teams - Team Owner’s Guide, and Using Microsoft Teams for a Student Project or Ad-Hoc Chat.
Once you have your team created and populated with your Blackboard class list, it will automatically update the list daily. You can add a weblink to your Blackboard course site to direct your students to their Team. Note, it is recommended that you advise your students to install the Teams application on their computer for best results.
- Add to your course menu
- Ensure your Edit Mode is ON
- Click the "+" on the Course Menu
- Choose Web Link
- Enter a Name for your Team
- Paste in the URL
- Click Available to Users
- Click Submit to complete
Getting Started with Office 365 StreamITS maintains a Knowledge Base article on Stream with relevant links to specific articles. New features are being added constantly, so check out the Knowledge Base article. Topics that link out include Publishing and sharing videos in Microsoft Stream, and Recording a PowerPoint Presentation.
Note - the default setting to enable sharing to the entire institution has been recently changed to avoid unintentionally sharing content to the organization when you might only want to share it with a Channel, Group, or individual.
Want to book a session with the ITS Team about Microsoft 365?
If you want to learn more about MS Teams, Streams, or IT topics, please navigate to http://www.uwindsor.ca/its/bookings/ and that link will provide you with services to choose from.]
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