New Microsoft Office 2016 Curriculum

Is your school making the switch to Microsoft Office 2016 for your computer applications curriculum? To help save you time, Business&ITCenter21 has been updated to include modules and projects for Office 2016. These modules are very similar to the curriculum for Office 2010 and Office 2013. You can choose the edition that meets the needs of your classroom.

Watch the video to learn how you can easily switch your courses to Office 2016, and read below to learn more about Office 2016:

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What's New in Microsoft Office 2016?

So how has the new version of Microsoft Office affected your Business&ITCenter21 curriculum? The good thing for you and your students is the difference between 2013 and 2016 at the level we cover is minimal.

We have made updates to the screens in the lessons to align with the visual changes brought by Office 2016. This is to ensure the images are as accurate as possible to avoid confusion for your students while working through the curriculum.

There are also a few changes to our step-by-step instructions. Based on feedback from our teachers, we added more instructions and narration to the Microsoft Office fundamentals units. This was added in order to help your students get through the lessons with greater success.

To learn more about the detailed differences between Office 2016 and earlier versions, read this article: Microsoft Office Curriculum - What You Need to Know for 2016

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September 01, 2016