Internet Sites with Good Excel Information
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Links verified on 8/8/2018
- Ablebits resources
- Almost Everything You Need for Using Spreadsheets in the Classroom - Excel Basic quizzes online along with illustrations of various uses of a spreadsheet for the classroom. Great links to find other Excel information on the Internet. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]
- Better Excel Solutions - This web site contains everything you need to know about Microsoft Excel. Their stated hope is that their web site helps you to get the most from your Microsoft Office applications.
- Classrooms that Excel Resources - Guides, Tutorials, Applications and Lesson Plans. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]
- DataPig Technologies Excel Training - Flash movies that guide you through many lessons on specific Excel how to topics.
- Developers Guide to Excelets - Dynamic and Interactive Visualization with "Javaless" Applets or Interactive Excel Spreadsheets.
- Digital Manipulatives - Available as movable graphics on a spreadsheet. [several workbooks to download]
- Excel Hero Blog - archives of previous month's entries go back to January 2010
- Excel In the Classroom: What's the hype? - A tutorial from Teach-Nology.
- Excel Internet Library - Quite a few how-to modules, from basics to advanced.
- Excel Practice Tests & Tutorials - interactive and 100% free
- Excel-lent Middle School Math Lessons! - Can a computer program motivate math students weary of "drill and kill"? Teachers all over the country use Microsoft Excel in ways that excite students about the power of math in everyday life. (A good article from Education World)
- To Excel in the Classroom is Elementary - An excellent resource produced by Kathy Adkins, Instructional Technology Specialist for Forsyth County Schools, GA.
- Excel Tutorials and Tests - from Tests Tests Tests
- Import Data with Excel - Several suggested sources
- The most common chemical elements in the earth's crust - This would make a nice pie chart
- World Population Clock - Projection by the U.S. Bureau of the Census. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]
How to Use Excel - top ten things to learn - this page, from DeskBright, includes many screen shots to accompany the step-by-step instructions Integrating Spreadsheets in the Classroom - Ideas and lists of links. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. Jeopardy (i4c workbook) Keyboard shortcuts to use with MS Excel - Posted by Pearson Software Consulting Services. Microsoft Excel: Tips and Tutorials using spreadsheets - Don't let the name fool you. There is nothing stupid about these Excel tutorials from MIStupid.com Microsoft Excel Training Tutorials - lots of topics, each includes many good images Microsoft Excel Video Tutorials - "The video will guide you through your chosen subject step by step, with clear and simple annotated instructions.
After watching the video you can download the worksheet used in it, for immediate self-practice." No audio; written directions to read.
North Canton City Schools Excel Activities - Collection of activities to download and use in your classroom. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.] Power Spreadsheets - very detailed and thorough (free) tutorials about Excel and Visual Basic for Applications [thanks Jorge] Readymade Spreadsheets - Several workbooks to download, includes description of what they are designed to do. Spreadsheet Formatting Tricks Spreadsheet Resources - Standards, lessons, and resources. Technology Tutorials: Excel - Posted by the Kent Washington School District. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.] Top Excel Tips for Data Analysts - Excel tips to use at each of data analysis stages Trump Excel - Excel the smart way written by a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) Using Spreadsheets as an integrated part of a literature lesson - Here is an example of how spreadsheets enter into everyday literature lessons. This lesson uses Shel Silverstein's poem Hungry Mungry. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]