It’s the start of a new academic year and we are still looking at Microsoft Live Pivot but we are now going to look how we can create our own using Microsoft Excel and creating a tracking sheet that could be used in a class, subject or even the whole school. There are many advantages … Continue reading Creating your own School/Class Tracking sheet and using it in Microsoft Live Pivot
Microsoft have not just release Microsoft Live Pivot as a downloadable application but also the ability view the data in your web browser. Using Microsoft Silverlight, Pivot will open the data stored in an XML format in your browser the same way it would load it in the full version. Here are a few examples … Continue reading Microsoft Live Pivot in the browser
In the next set of blog posts I’m going to demonstrate what Microsoft Live Pivot is, what it can do and how we can create a great looking Excel tracking sheet that we can use to evaluate how students are doing in a course through out the year. What is Microsoft Live Pivot? I first … Continue reading What is Microsoft Live Pivot?