Microsoft Teams supports these learning types (see definitions):
MS Teams is Microsoft’s hub for teamwork, providing tools for communication (discussions and chat), collaboration (shared folders, documents and workspaces), and projects (Team spaces, collaborative editing, and productivity apps).
Teams connects with tools such as Office 365, OneDrive (Microsoft’s cloud storage technology), SharePoint for document sharing, and other productivity tools including Planner, Tasks, Calendar, OneNote and more.
Who can use Teams?
The University holds an enterprise license for staff and students, which is available through your Office 365 University account. Your account username is: email@example.com, e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org
Use MS Teams online
Teams can be accessed via a web browser.
In order to collaborate with your colleagues or class, log in with your University of Auckland account (linked with University Single Sign-On). When prompted, enter your email address as:
* Note: this email address is different from your University Google email address.
Upon leaving the University
Once a month the software checks that you are still affiliated with the University (staff or student). Upon leaving the University you will lose access to your UoA Teams account, including any information that you have stored there.
Page updated 24/05/2023 (added link to guidelines)