Lunch and Learn #4: Why Your Dean Wants You to Keep Your Outlook Calendar Up-To-Date and Other Microsoft 365 Tips

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In this AACTE Lunch & Learn, members will learn several important and often underutilized abilities of Office 365. 

If you are on a Microsoft campus, this presentation is especially for you. We will briefly touch on several of the important, and often underutilized abilities of Office 365. Some examples include the following: 

  • How to schedule meetings and why it is so important to keep your calendar up to date; 
  • How to share documents; 
  • How to share folders; 
  • Differences between OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams; 
  • Saving files to shared spaces; 
  • Collaborating on a single document; and 
  • Autosave and how to go back to a previous version.  

All of these tricks and tips are pretty simple and can help you save time and be more productive! 


David A. Slykhuis, Ph.D.
Dean, Dewar College of Education and Human Services,
Valdosta State University

David A. Slykhuis is a 20-year veteran in higher education with a Ph.D. in science education with much of his research focused on educational technology. He is currently the dean of the Dewar College of Education and Human Services at Valdosta State University in Georgia. He is the chair of the National Technology Leadership Summit, a member of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) Programming Committee on Innovation and Technology, and a member of the Steering Committee of the EdTech Genome Project sponsored by the EdTech Evidence Exchange. Slykhuis is a past president of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE). He has been the PI of two NSF grants and has received over $2M in grant funding in his career. He is one of the four researchers who developed the Teacher Educator Technology Competencies and was awarded the AACTE Edward C. Pomeroy award for outstanding contributions to teacher education.

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Nov 02 2023


1:00 pm - 1:30 pm


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