29 November 2016
online: 1200 - 1300
At Cardiff Met, a project is underway to upgrade all staff PCs to Windows 10. The upgrade is about more than just a new operating system; it is an opportunity to change working practices.
Additional software and services, such as OneDrive for Business, have been bundled with the OS to encourage staff to adopt Best Practice, particularly with regards to account and document management. But new technologies by themselves are rarely effective in changing behaviour, so at Cardiff Met we have developed two Windows 10 training options that are designed to help staff learn how to use the new technology and encourage them to follow good practice.
This webinar will explore:
- Cardiff Met’s approach to upgrading to Windows 10 – how, why, challenges faced and lessons learnt.
- The working practices that could be improved and the technologies that can help – OneDrive for Business, Office 365 and Skype for Business.
- Windows 10 training at Cardiff Met – a look at the e-lesson created using Adapt Builder and why we felt a face to face session was also needed.
- The success of the project– do staff like using Windows 10 and associated technologies, and perhaps more important have their working practices changed?
Presenters: Gareth Johns and Ebe Pütz, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Webinar tool: Skype for business
For a bit more background on Windows 10 training at Cardiff Met, take a look at this blog on the UCISA blog page.
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