Check out the overview video for Office365 here.
If you don't have a desktop computer but are looking for a way to access your SkyDrive on an iPad or other iOS device, Microsoft has released an app to do just that: http://www.macrumors.com/2013/06/28/microsoft-releases-skydrive-pro-app-for-office-365-subscribers/
One of the great things about the Lessons tool in Sakai is the ability to bring applicable content together from lots of different sources. This isn’t so much a function of Sakai as it is a function of standard HTML, most of the code that structures the majority of web pages on the Internet today. … Continue reading Using External Content in Sakai
SkyDrive Pro, a component of the Office365 Microsoft service provides students and faculty secure, robust and global access to document storage and is accessible anywhere you have an internet connection. Current students and faculty have access to these features in SkyDrive Pro: 7GB of document storage space Sync class/work files across devices (including Android and … Continue reading Where can I store my class papers or presentations?
Summary This article includes information on what your username and password are for most services available to you as a student or faculty member. Usernames and passwords are typically issued within 30 days from the time you’ve been accepted and confirmed that you’ll be attending Johnson University or after you’ve been officially hired as a … Continue reading What is my password?
Students, faculty and staff can use a web browser such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer, go to the Campus Portal located at http://juonline.sharepoint.com. After logging in with your full email address as the Username and corresponding password, click Outlook at the top. You can also check out the help links under the getting … Continue reading How do I check my email?