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Excel Introduction Video

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by School Boy Error, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. School Boy Error

    School Boy Error Occasional commenter

    I can't seem to find a video with an overview of what you can do with Excel. Anyone know where Ican find one?
    We're trying to go down the route of giving children ownership of their learning so I wanted to show them a brief overview of what Excel is all about and let them brainstorm what they could use it for and then teach them the skills they need to achieve that....if that makes sense.
    Thanks
     
  2. JaquesJaquesLiverot

    JaquesJaquesLiverot Established commenter

    It's not exactly what you asked for, but I created videos that our BCS students could use to revise for their controlled tests - not quite a full tutorial, but a little bit more than a quick run-through. Here's the spreadsheets one:
    http://www.warwickshire-ecosiht.org.uk/subject/ict/Video/Excel2007.mp4
    I did intend to put them on my YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/AdvancedICT) so that they're easier to watch, but they need re-encoding to stop YouTube making them into a blurry mess!
     
  3. School Boy Error

    School Boy Error Occasional commenter

    Really useful, thanks.
     

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