In a conversation I had with a current customer, she would like to see a new career skill series on how to take notes in class. Both from a handwritten note as well as how to take effective notes on a device. She has received messages from faculty members complaining that students do not know how to take notes and thought this would be a good series for incoming freshman to take.
The capability to be able to drag and drop the sort order of items under Custom Training. The up/down arrows take awhile when rearranging order when there are a lot of items.
Online course focused on dyslexia (similar to the Tech Solutions for Students w/Autism).
Online course focused on dysgraphia (similar to the Tech Solutions for Students w/Autism).
Content around STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics)
Can you block users from advancing to the next tutorial in a series until they have watched the current one in its entirety? When I view staff times with OneNote 2013, for example, it states they've viewed 1h:24m of video, but the times between videos are unrealistic - 2 or 3 seconds between videos. Or, alternately, do not award viewers the time for the video if they close out of the video prematurely.
A few institutions have moved to Versions 10.6 and would like training on this newer version.
Update the series on the creation of a resume. Also taking it away from Word and putting it under Career Skills would be nice.
College life can be hectic and full of distractions. This series would provide strategies to help students more effectively manage their time and ignore the distractions.
Many Institutions, Databases, and Resources are planning to move to and use the latest edition of MLA (8th). It would be great to have an update to that series before the start of the fall semester.
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Training on how to use Office 2016.