• Integrating Microsoft Office in education is easy when you explore the many resources Microsoft Office Online has to offer.  Find ideas for managing schoolwork, templates for newsletters, calendars, college planning, writing papers and more.

    Teachers use Access to create database files to manage classroom tables for quick lookup and queries, create and print labels and run class reports.  Students can retrieve, sort and print reports from database files ranging from planets to US Presidents. 

    Teachers use Excel to manage classroom administrative functions, create technology-rich curriculum for what-if scenarios, charts and timelines.  Students collect and analyze data for student surveys, school wide polls, or even “missing teeth” in kindergarten classrooms.  

    Teachers use PowerPoint to create electronic presentations, overhead transparencies, speaker notes, outline pages, participant handouts, web-based presentations, eBooks, and technology-rich lesson plans.   Students create book reports, web pages and class projects in various content areas.

    Teachers use Word to create dynamic lessons to enhance the teaching and learning process.  Students create class newsletters, flyers, All About Me! projects, or just practice writing skills!