Christine is presenting three different courses on the NZPI CPD calendar this year, including two new ones (Data Literacy, Strategies for Information Management) along with Emerging Technologies in Resource Management.
How to quickly increase the visual appeal of your Powerpoint slides - without having to learn new skills yourself!
Thumb typing on your phone can feel pretty slow and clumsy compared to typing on your PC's keyboard - what are the other options when working on your phone?
How to move from paper and pen based notetaking to digital notebook tools such as Onenote.
Have you noticed Microsoft has made a change to how you search in Outlook? This won't have happened across all users of Outlook yet, but for those with a standard Microsoft 365 for Business it is likely to be live now. There are many benefits of the modern 'software as a service' (SaaS) subscription model, … Continue reading Outlook has replaced how you search your emails…two useful shortcuts
Work from Home - overcoming your reluctance to video call. What is your hurdle to getting on a video conference? This post helps you overcome it whether its how to set up your desk, seeing your face on screen or just the unknown.
Christine will be presenting three courses this year on the NZPI CPD calendar: Emerging Technologies in Resource Management in eight locations - see details here Planning Practice and Ethics in the Digital Age in four locations - see details here Cloud-based Collaboration and Communication for Planners in three locations - see details here Looking forward to meeting you … Continue reading Our NZPI CPD Courses for 2020
It just sounds futuristic, doesn't it? 2020. If there was ever a year for improving your digital skills, this is it. Every individual has a unique combination of digital skills. Why? Because most people have never learned these abilities in any sort of structured manner. Word processing came along, email came along, texting came along, … Continue reading Welcome to 2020!
Microsoft's Office 365 now contains a powerful tool to understand how you spend your time throughout the week. MyAnalytics was added to Office 365 suite this year. It gives you personalised information on how you have been working focusing on these areas: Network - who you have communicated with and patterns around these communications Collaboration … Continue reading Understand how you spend your time with MyAnalytics
Rather than take a trip to the photocopier, try using Office Lens to take a scan at your desk. Need to take a picture of that whiteboard at the end of the meeting - use Office Lens. With the programs within Microsoft Office becoming ever the more integrated, it makes sense to look at how … Continue reading Scanning from your mobile – Office Lens