This interactive OneNote houses videos, guides, and “how-tos” for the different technology platforms we use in SLPS.
Do you need more help in any of these areas? If so, check out the notebook!
- Meeting features in Teams
- Cool designs for PowerPoint
- Read aloud tools in Word
- Easy citations for papers
- Organizing your digital stuff in OneDrive
- Taking notes digitally with OneNote
Personal Computer Setup
Microsoft’s Student Advantage Program provides free downloads of the full version of Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access, etc.) for all St. Lucie County students, in District operated schools, for use on their personal and mobile devices. Download and activation requires a student network username and password which is provided to all actively enrolled students.
Please be aware, this process works best on a computer. iPads, mobile devices, etc. will display differently.
Getting Started with Office 365
Office 365 works like you: everywhere. Familiar applications and always-accessible files update in real time to learning curriculum seamless and easy on Android, iOS or Windows devices. Learn how you can prepare to use Office 365 and Teams for Distance Learning.
Getting Started with Office 365 [ Español ] [ Kreyòl Ayisyen ]
Canvas Learning Management System
Canvas is a Learning Management System or LMS. It is used by your teachers to provide an organized, collaborative space where students can learn and grow.
Once inside of a Course in Canvas, students will have a HELP button for each class that will provide additional support.
How to Access Canvas
Messaging Your Teacher
Checking Your Grades
Parents – Digital Learning Tools
Digital Accessibility tools are helpful technology resources used across platforms to meet the diverse needs of learners. Read on to find out how students can use these tools to support their online learning and try out the tools in the interactive guides/demos.
Provide inclusive math tools
In this interactive guide, you’ll see how inclusive math features from Microsoft provide a toolbox of free capabilities to empower students of all abilities and learning styles, improve comprehension of written problems and their solutions, and enable students to work independently at their own pace.
Improve student and parent communication
In this interactive guide, you’ll see how inclusive classroom tools from Microsoft can help you improve communication with students and parents. You’ll see how to present with live captions and subtitles, hold multilingual group conversations, and provide one-on-one translation.