Office 365 Email and Calendar Training

Have you been notified to begin your migration to Office 365 for email and calendar? If yes, you’ve landed on the right page to learn about your training options. If not, please feel free to contact your Office 365 Migration Partner for details and browse through these materials.

Video: Learn about the Migration to Office 365

Do you know how the migration will happen and your role in it? Watch this eight-minute overview video to get your questions answered.

View Overview of the Transition to Office 365

What Clients are Recommended with Office 365?

A “client” refers to the software that acts as an interface between the computer and the server.

There are four recommended clients for use with Office 365. Training and resources are available for these clients.

  1. Outlook on the Web
  2. Outlook 2016 for Windows
  3. Outlook 2013 for Windows
  4. Outlook 2016 for Mac

To compare the clients, and for information on using a non-recommended client with Office 365, review the Technical Client Comparison KnowledgeBase document.

Office 365 Self-Study Training Options

Select the self-study training option that is right for you from the table below.

Standard Self-Study Training Advanced Self-Study Training
Learn how to use basic email and calendar functionality. Learn how to manage email, calendar or resources (e.g. rooms, equipment, vehicles)on behalf of another
Outlook on the Web Standard Training Outlook on the Web Advanced Training
Outlook 2016 for Windows Standard Training Outlook 2016 for Windows Advanced Training
Outlook 2013 for Windows Standard Training Outlook 2013 for Windows Advanced Training
Outlook 2016 for Mac Standard Training Outlook 2016 for Mac Advanced Training

Interested in Customized Office 365 Training?

If your department is interested in customized Office 365 training, you can contract with DoIT’s Academic Technology Department to provide this service. Contact office365_training@doit.wisc.edu.