Microsoft Teams via the web
To log into Teams via the web:
- Enter the URL https://teams.microsoft.com in your browser.
- Enter your IT Services username in the format email@example.com (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Click Next.
- If asked to select the type of account choose the Work or school account option.
- You should then be redirected to the regular University of Warwick log in page:
- enter your regular IT Services username (without the @live.warwick.ac.uk part) and your matching password.
- set the length of time you want your device to remember your sign in details.
- Click Sign in.
- Generate and enter your authentication code.
- Click Sign in.
If you are accessing teams using your browser, you may see the following message: To open the web app, you need to change your browser settings to allow third-party cookies. If you need support with this, please contact the Help Desk for assistance with changing your cookies settings.
In order to produce live meetings with video, you will need to download the Teams desktop app (see below). Microsoft has announced that the ability to produce a live event on the web is coming soon though.
Microsoft Teams via the app
University managed machines
The Microsoft Teams app is available for Windows, iOS and Android. University managed Windows 10 desktops and laptops already have the app installed.
For computers, including tablets, download the app from Microsoft.
Alternatively, you can download the desktop app for both University managed and personal computers via Teams in the web browser:
- Click on the button at the bottom left of the Teams web browser interface.
- Open the downloaded file.
- Login as described from step 5 (above) onwards.
For mobile devices, you can get the app from the Play and Apple stores.
When you open the app for the first time, you will need to log in using the details as described from step 5 (above) onwards. The Teams icon will appear on your desktop or mobile for quick access in the future.
- Introduction to managing course participants
- Make your course visible to students
- Check participants
- Enrolment methods and managing access permissions
- Enrol participants using Warwick auto-enrolment
- Manually enrol participants onto a Moodle space
- Roles and their functions in Moodle
- Switch to another role
- Create groups
- Create groupings
- Using group mode with activities
- Enable activity completion
- Mark activity completion manually
- Track activity completion
- Course completion
- Course participation
- Introduction to structuring your course
- Choose or change the format of your course
- Add a course header
- Add a course description
- Add a block
- Move or delete a block
- Manage sections within a Moodle space
- Add, move, delete or hide a section
- Restrict access to sections and activities
- Using tags in Moodle
- Introduction to assessment and feedback
- Create a fail / pass scale
- Create a custom certificate
- Create and manage badges
- Create an assignment
- Assignment submission types
- Assignment settings
- Create an assignment for group submission
- Set up Turnitin within an assignment
- Create and grade a submission using a rubric
- Use a marking workflow for assignments
- Blind marking
- Allocate markers to specific submissions
- Provide grades and feedback for individual assignments
- Check the status of submissions
- Hide or show grades and feedback
- Introduction to Vevox
- Get help with Vevox
- Converting from Turning Point to Vevox
- Polling in PowerPoint using the Vevox add-in
- Polling and Q&A all running within the Vevox dashboard
- Polling in PowerPoint, plus Q&A
- Request a Vevox account
- Information about Vevox for students
- Use Teams with Vevox personal response system