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Getting Started Using Microsoft Project

Learn how to get started using Microsoft Project for your project planning. Watch Professor Yael Grushka-Cockayne explain more.

As Professor Yael Grushka-Cockayne mentioned in the previous video, there are plenty of tools out there to identify the critical path and proper duration for tasks. As you watch this video, think about whether or not you would use Microsoft Project (MS Project) for your next project? How might it be helpful? What might be some challenges associated with using MS Project?

This may be a good time to explore some of the other tools that are out there as well. Which ones might you be interested in trying out? Or, if you’ve used some of the tools, which ones did you find most useful?

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