by Susan Manning, EdD, and Kevin E Johnson, MEd ; foreword by Joan Vandervelde, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Stout
by Rosemarie Withee
"Millions of people access Microsoft Teams every day to assist with the collaboration it takes to get work done. That number continues to grow thanks to the countless communication tools for working with associates inside and outside your organization you can find in Microsoft Teams. If you're new to Microsoft Teams, start here. This book will give you must-have insight on chatting, file sharing, organizing teams, using video communication, and more. You'll also see just how you should be doing things, with best-practice recommendations and ideas for integrating Microsoft Teams into your existing workflows." -- Amazon.com
If life on is Zoom getting you down and you're dreading the next inevitable invite to a Teams meeting, don't panic, help is at hand. With 101 top tips explaining the dos and don'ts of virtual meetings, this book will help you master videocalls in "the new normal." Whether you need to stop doing that weird wave at the end of meetings or want to break the habit of being transfixed by your own face in the corner of the screen, the fun advice inside this book has got you covered. In no time you'll be living your best life online, bringing your "A" game to any virtual work meeting, catch up with family, quiz with friends, online date and more.
by Phil Simon
"Face-to-face, multi-person meetings no longer need the participants to be in the same room, or even on the same continent. Thanks to Zoom, we can connect one-on-one or in groups from desks, our home office, or even--blissfully--from the comfort of our own couches. This guide shows you how to get the most out of Zoom. Discover how to hold group video calls, install time-saving apps, engage your audience with interactive webinars, dramatically improve the way that you communicate and collaborate with your colleagues, and much more"--Page 4 of cover.
by Andy Rathbone
A guide to the latest release of the Windows operating system covers its updated features, applications, hardware requirements, customization, and troubleshooting.
by Rosemarie Withee, Ken Withee, and Jennifer Reed
Kevin Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel
"What does it mean to "go to work" when you don't actually leave the house? This is the ultimate guide for remote workers who want to stay engaged as team members, maintain robust work relationships, and keep an eye on their long-term career goals"-- Provided by publisher.