This course is a great overview of Microsoft Outlook that takes you through all of the basic features to be able to use the mail client as a way to organize your information. The course starts with setting up your email account(s) with Microsoft Outlook and then looks at how the email system functions. From there you get more in depth on ways you can utilize some of the available features to help automatically sort your emails and organize them in a way that will save you time. This course is good for anybody getting started using Microsoft Outlook and is from the perspective of a teacher looking to utilize it with their district email.
Objective: After completing this course the learner will be able to set up Microsoft Outlook with a pop3 or IMAP email server, send and receive emails and organize them in a way that will help them be efficient.
This course increases the level of technological knowledge needed to apply technology to a lesson or teacher work flow.
For the perfect lesson combine this technology with a lesson that currently exhibits excellent content knowledge and pedagogical practice.
The technology used in this course when implemented in a classroom lesson will not provide any functional change to the classroom. This technology serves as a direct substitute for traditional methods of content delivery, assessment and completion.
This course utilizes technology or teaches components of technological programs across a variety of systems, people organizations, and knowledge. Every technology tool requires a base level of understanding that can be considered part of this course. Technology as part of STEAM can be used as a tool for science, engineering and arts.
Setting Up Outlook
Using the Email
Customising your Emails
Setting up Address Book
Other Misc Features