Microsoft OneDrive Microsoft OneDrive allows users to store and share documents across multiple platforms including web and mobile through the Cloud. OneDrive is accessible through Office365 (O365) and offers 1 TB of storage per user. OneDrive Resources Microsoft OneDrive is an efficient way to collaborate on documents in real-time on a various number of applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Whether students need to work on group projects, or you want to share files for collaboration, OneDrive is great resource. GENERAL OVERVIEW: How to login to OneDrive: start by accessing O365, go to Office.com and sign in with your bannerID, followed by @durhamcollege.ca (i.e. email@example.com) and your network password. Step-by-step instructions are available here. Then press “OneDrive” from your O365 dashboard. Students can login through dcmail.ca, by pressing the waffle on the left side of their screen, and selecting “OneDrive”. To see detailed instructions on how to access OneDrive through dcmail.com click here. For more information on what OneDrive is, click here. HOW TO USE ONEDRIVE: Resource: Getting started Resource: How to upload photos and files Resource: How to share with a specific user (I.e. a specific student) Resource: Sharing Videos Using OneDrive (PDF) Resource: Invite external guests to your documents External guests are guests who do not have a @durhamcollege.ca email account. When adding the users, do not add them by name, add them using their full external email address ACCESSABILITY: There are many awesome accessibility options for faculty and students available through Microsoft 365. See what’s available below. Learning Tools available through many Microsoft 365 apps is designed to help anyone of any age with reading or writing. Click here for more. Immersive Reader included with Learning Tools supports students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, or anyone who needs help making reading easier. Click here for more. Microsoft Sway is also available through Microsoft 365 and can be used to record your voice add closed captions to documents such as PowerPoint. Click here for more. Resources for your students on how to use OneDrive: How to upload large files to DC Connect using OneDrive.