1. What is Microsoft Teams?
Microsoft Teams is a so-called "business chat" or "collaboration tool" service. It is one of the applications included in Microsoft Office365, and it allows organizations and teams to communicate and work together online. At APU, only students who belong to one of the university’s student staff organizations can use this application to carry out their work duties for APU. Faculty and staff should refer to the page for faculty and staff for more details about using Microsoft Teams.
Students must fulfill the following requirements to be allowed to use Teams.
- Belong to one of APU’s student staff organizations (TA, GASS, FLAG, RA, etc.)
Use Microsoft Teams to carry out work duties for the student staff organization they belong to
Please contact the office staff in charge of your student staff organization for more details. (Even if you belong to one of the above organizations, if your student staff organization does not use Teams, then you will not be able to access the application.)
Microsoft Teams cannot be used for classes or research purposes. Please use APU Moodle instead.
2. How to Use
If the student staff organization you belong to uses Teams, the office staff in charge will send you information about how to use the application. For more details about availability, please confirm with the office staff in charge of your student staff organization.
Please abide by the Information Systems Policy when using this application.
|Faculty, staff, and students who belong to student staff organizations (GASS, FLAG, RA, etc.)
|For the duration of the period you belong to the student staff organization.
|How to Access
|Available after the office staff in charge sends invitation to student.
|Students cannot access Teams until their student staff organization’s team is invited to access the application.
Please direct any inquiries to the office staff in charge of your student staff organization.