Projects Today; Skills for Life! Microsoft Office 2016: ProjectLearn takes a project-based approach to engage students learning Microsoft Office 2016 focusing on the end result, skills for life. Students are presented with a scenario and then asked to produce a relevant work-related task (i.e. newsletter, expense budget, etc). Students get to develop a portfolio to impress future employers. Each lesson provides a structured, consistent step-by-step framework for student learning including a lesson overview, skills preview, and project practice. The structured series has two projects per chapter. At the end of each chapter are two "on your own" projects that each have three "work it out" exercises. By working directly within the project experience, students develop a deeper understanding of skills essential to their future careers. ProjectLearn is integrated with SIMnet, McGraw-Hill’s online learning and assessment solution with 1:1 content to practice and master computing concepts and Microsoft Office skills.
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Microsoft Windows 10
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Microsoft Office
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Microsoft Word
CHAPTER 2 Writing a Research Paper
CHAPTER 3 Enhancing Your Documents
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Microsoft Excel
CHAPTER 2 Summarizing Data
CHAPTER 3 Advanced Formatting and Presenting Data
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Microsoft Access
CHAPTER 2 Organizing and Retrieving Data
CHAPTER 3 Presenting and Managing Data
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint
CHAPTER 2 Placeholders and Slide Design
CHAPTER 3 Multimedia and Slide Enhancement
INTEGRATION AND COLLABORATION
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Integration and Collaboration
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