Microsoft 365 includes a suite of file creation and digital collaboration tools, and other productivity apps. Sharing settings allow for multiple people to edit and/or view files. These tools can be used individually or collaboratively, and synchronously or asynchronously.
Use Case and Benefits
Use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Forms for creating individual or group project files. Use Whiteboards for concept mapping, brainstorming, solving graphical problems, or other visuals.
Co-create files with real-time collaborative writing and editing. Changes are tracked by each author in revision history.
Use Editor checking in Word to review advice to improve your writing. Includes wording similarity check and grammar check.
Facilitate peer review using commenting features.
Create template files for students to fill in or copy and edit.
Use Microsoft OneDrive to organize your files. Set up a collaborative workspace where specified users can see and edit all files you give them access to.