Learn to Use Microsoft 365 Products through Instructor-Led Training

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Many colleges and business units took advantage of Microsoft training opportunities during the transition from BuckeyeBox to OneDrive and Teams. But did you know you can still receive instructor-led training online for Microsoft applications as your workgroups make changes and adopt new tools?

OTDI works with Microsoft to host online instructor-led training for numerous Microsoft products. The training is free as part of our Microsoft contract, and can benefit your team because you can plan it  for when your team needs it most. Contact us when you are ready to start using an Office 365 tools that is new to your team.

“I have received a lot of positive feedback about (the) training,” said Kim Young, Chief Administrative Officer for the John Glenn College of Public Affairs after a recent class. “The info, pace, and humor made for a very useful session.”

This training is a great option for teams of all sizes because you do not need to have a large group of users. We do require a minimum of 15 attendees before we can plan an instructor-led class, and if your team is too small for a dedicated session, we will try to pair you with another team to assemble enough students for a class. A list of classes is below.

List of Available Classes 

You can join with others in your group, or across departments to schedule a group session. Classes are available to train your team on the basics of most Microsoft 365 applications, including:

  • Microsoft Accessibility in Education Inclusive Learning Tools
  • Microsoft Accessibility Neurodiversity
  • Microsoft Bookings
  • Microsoft Cloud Storage in 365
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Forms
  • Microsoft Lists
  • Microsoft OneDrive for Business
  • Microsoft OneNote: Level 100
  • Microsoft Outlook: Level 100
  • Microsoft Outlook: Level 200
  • Microsoft Planner
  • Microsoft Power Automate
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Project for the Web Level 100
  • Microsoft Stream
  • Microsoft Teams: Getting Started
  • Microsoft Teams: Increase Collaboration
  • Microsoft Teams as a Platform Integrating Apps Level 100
  • Microsoft Teams: Meeting Experience
  • Microsoft Teams: Breakout Rooms
  • Microsoft To Do
  • Microsoft Word: Level 100
  • Microsoft Word: Level 200
  • Microsoft Yammer

How to Request a Class

To request a class please send an email to ARC-Help@osu.edu. Your request must include:

  1. The name of the class you would like to schedule
  2. Your college and/or department and campus location
  3. An estimated number of attendees.

A member of our training team will reach out to session schedule at a time that works for your team.