Microsoft Teams Best Practice Guide

With the abundance of Teams sites across the organisation it can sometimes be difficult for you and your students to find the Team/s you are looking for. We have therefore created a quick guide for best practice when creating, naming categorising and structuring Teams sites. Creating Teams To create a …

Top Tip – NEW Teams Reply

Chats, especially with more than one other person conversation, can often move on quickly, and sometimes the opportunity to reply directly to a message has passed and your reply can become out of context. AAAAAAArgh frustrating! Well don’t worry with the NEW Reply feature you can include the original message …

Digital Learning Pathways Launch

We are pleased to announce the launch of our Digital Learning Pathways to support your Continuing Professional Development. For those who missed our launch event or people who want to take another look, here is the recording. Digital Learning Pathways We have developed six pathways to build your confidence in …

Enrol or unenrol a learner on a LearnZone course

In this tutorial video, we take you through how to enrol and how to unenrol learners on your FE and HE LearnZone course pages. One of the biggest changes that came with the LearnZone rollover this year is that learners will only be able to enrol themselves on courses, units or, modules during September.‚Äč After this initial period, …

Teams Rollover

All of the Teams site used for teaching in 20/21 should now be archived unless the course is continuing with the same students for 21/22. This is to ensure that students are not accessing pages unsupervised and to preserve the team for future access if it is needed. Archived teams …

Top Tip – How to link to previous years FE LearnZone & HE LearnZone pages (Rollover)

In this top tips video below we are going to look at how you can easily set up a link to a specific page, section or deep-link to individual activities and resources from previous years versions of FE or HE LearnZone.  This is a great way to provide continuity for your learners, without needing to copy resources as you can just link to them. This includes resources such as PowerPoint, Word document, PDFs as well …