The Bible Project

If you sometimes feel like the bible is way too big, too complicated, to ancient, and/or not understandable–check out The Bible Project and their videos!

I highly recommend The Bible Project and their YouTube channel. I especially like the Read Scripture series (both Old Testament and New Testament), which gives and overview of each book of the Bible in a 7-10 minute video. There’s also videos for biblical themes, word studies, and other specific series.Everything is graphically crafted in ways that a visually stimulating, memorable, and helpful for learning!

Their videos help inspire me (and others!) to read the bible. How great is that?!

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All U of T students have access to free copies of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook)

So, I’m sorry if this isn’t new to you, but it is to me.  I’ve already finished an undergrad (plus OISE) and have now started a masters degree at U of T.  During this time, the mail server changed (we now have @mail.utoronto.com email addresses) to a Microsoft based online version of Outlook – which has at been visual improvement.

But to cut to the chase…

We have access to Office 365 – an online version of Outlook, Calendar, People, OneDrive, Tasks, Word Online, Excel Online, PowerPoint Online, and OneNote Online.  This is useful when making small adjustments, or viewing an attachment.  To access this just click “Office 365” when you are logged into http://www.mail.utoronto.ca

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HOWEVER! most of us do the bulk of our writing on programs/apps “offline”.

I’ve been rocking my 2008 Mac version since the start of my undergrad (and have been using Pages for the past couple years… then converting to .docx when professors can’t handle .pdfs).

See the “Install Office on more devices”? (on the screenshot above)

You can install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook all onto your Mac or PC by clicking Install.

It really is that easy.  All you need is your UTORid and password.

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