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  • Blog Post: This week’s events - webcasts and in-person - 17-21 October 2011

    There are four webcasts to know about this week - one education-specific one (the Tech Tuesday) and three more general technical ones. All of the timings for the webcasts are AEST (Australia East Coast time). See ** below for more details on how the webcasts work This week’s webcasts Microsoft Education...
  • Blog Post: Where are the IT jobs?

    I just read an interesting article on the APC magazine website, about the hot skills required in 2012 for IT jobs. If you’re thinking about the skills that students will need as they enter employment, then it’s a great article to share with your students (and if you’re hoping to influence students to...
  • Blog Post: The winner of the Microsoft Australian Education Partner of the Year is…

    This week, it’s the week of the Microsoft Australia Partner Conference. There are nearly 1,000 people gathered in the Gold Coast to learn together about Microsoft’s future strategy, from both a technology and market perspective. (From a distance, you can get a bit of a flavour by seeing what people have...
  • Blog Post: And the APC Education Partner of the Year Finalists are…

    The Microsoft Australian Partner Conference is getting closer - and so are the Australian Partner Awards. We’ve just released the list of the Awards finalists, and the Microsoft Australia “Education Partner of the Year” Finalists are three partners who have each been able to make spectacular contributions...
  • Blog Post: Australian Education Case Studies

    There are plenty of other education case studies from Australia on the worldwide Microsoft.com case studies website. Here's an interesting batch: Catholic Education Office Paramatta uses SharePoint 2010 to run a new knowledge management system to serve their 78 schools and 6,500 staff. What's interesting...
  • Blog Post: DFEEST uses Live@edu

    I was browsing through the list of case studies on the Microsoft website today, and saw that we'd published a case study at the end of January on the adoption of Live@edu for colleges in South Australia . I'm new to Australia, so the story reads a little bit like Alphabetti Spaghetti because of the acronyms...
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