Microsoft OneDrive t.i.m.e.

1. Objective

After completing this module, the professional learner will be able to:

  1. Use OneDrive to organize all of your Microsoft documents.
  2. Use OneDrive to share and collaborate on documents with others.
2. Support

We would like you to accomplish the tasks listed below.  If you need support, please consider the following resources:

  1. Watch a brief overview of OneDrive for Business: CLICK
  2. Watching the video tutorials below, or view the list of videos on this link.
  3. Walking through the user course modules: CLICK
  4. Asking a colleague around you for assistance.
  5. Asking one of the CBD trainers for assistance.
3. Tasks

Office 365

  1. Get acquainted with OneDrive- CLICK
  2. Create a new folder and open it up- CLICK
    1. Add a new document to the folder
    2. Add a new spreadsheet to the folder
    3. Move an existing document into your new folder
  3. Upload a file to your OneDrive- CLICK
    1. Add it to an existing folder or create a new folder
  4. Share a folder with a colleague- CLICK
  5. Delete an existing file or create a new document to practice deleting-CLICK
  6. Search for a file-CLICK
    1. Type the title of a document in the search bar at the top of the screen

If you finish early, here are extension tasks to try:

  1. Share with a lot of people- CLICK
  2. Create folders within folders
    1. Open an existing folder or create a new one
    2. Create a folder within this folder. (example: Main Folder “Math” secondary folders might be called “Lessons,” “Assessments,” “Resources,” etc…)
  3. Sort your files
    1. Practice sorting by choosing “Sort Files” at the top of the screen
  4. Rename a document or folder to practice standardizing your naming conventions

OneDrive iPad App

  1. Log into the OneDrive app on your iPad- CLICK
  2. Create a Folder in OneDrive named Reading.
  3. When you are in the Reading folder, take a photo of something outside and add it into the folder.
  4. Click on the photo to view it.  Delete it if you wish.