Live Meeting: Getting the most from your PCs

If you've ever felt there must be a better way to do things, or your teachers are always saying they need more time, then our next Live Meeting at 3.30pm on Thursday 28th February is a must for you.

As teaching, learning and the day-to-day running of schools becomes more and more dependent on the use of ICT, it's vital that you and your staff know how to get the most out of your technology so you can be as efficient as possible. Knowing the quickest way to do things, instead of finding out through time-consuming trial and error, can help make your administrative and IT staff more productive and save them precious time. It can also free your teachers to be more creative with their time to ensure that lessons are as engaging as possible, and enable your students to concentrate on the content of the work they are producing rather than on how to work the technology.    

This session will provide time-saving and efficiency hints and tips and look at what’s hot in Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007 to help you make the most of the applications on your desktop. These few simple tips could save you hours, which in today's time-pressured world has got to be a good thing.

Steven Audis, Education Technology Adviser, will be presenting once again so register now and then all you need to do at 3.30pm on Thursday 28th February is logon to view and listen to the meeting online.

If you'd like to see any of our previous Live Meetings or see what's coming up over the next few weeks, you can find this info on our Live Meetings page.

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