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  • Blog Post: Higher Education briefing for Microsoft Partners - 19 August 2014

    Microsoft Australia and CAUDIT - Higher Education Partner Briefing – 19 th August On behalf of the Microsoft Australia Higher Education team and the Council of Australian Directors of IT (CAUDIT), I’d like to invite you to attend a Microsoft Education Partner Briefing specifically for partners focusing...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Australia Education Partner Summits 2014

    In the first week of August we are running half-day partner training events for Microsoft Education partners in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth. This year’s education ICT buying season is almost underway, and it promises to be like no buying season in history. There are significant...
  • Blog Post: 21st Century Learning Design in Action–two day workshop from ELH

    Are you going to EduTech next week? Would you like to be able to develop practical strategies that help you turn some of the great ideas into concrete plans? The team at Expanding Learning Horizons have created a training  event, running in Brisbane in the two days before EduTech, that’s setup perfectly...
  • Blog Post: Webinar: How Office 365 Education helps students learn

    We’ve got a webinar coming up in two weeks for Australian schools: The subject of our next school-focused webinar is “ How do you give your students better learning experiences with a rich, interactive collaborative environment that will prepare them for the demands of a 21st century workforce? ” We...
  • Blog Post: Education DevCamp in Sydney – Building apps for Office 365 and SharePoint

    On 14/15 May 2014 we’re running a training event for developers of education applications and services in Sydney. It is a two-day detailed training workshop that will help partners to develop for the Office 365, Office and SharePoint platform. The workshop is for developers and architects, and will mix...
  • Blog Post: Technology Enriched Instruction - A Partners in Learning workshop for Higher Education Faculty

    Microsoft and University of New England would like to invite colleagues from other universities and TAFE Institutes to the first Australian hosting of the Technology Enriched Instruction workshop on April 3 and 4 2014 at the UNE Futures Campus in Parramatta . Attendees with a range of teaching experience...
  • Blog Post: Webinar on cloud privacy and data sovereignty

    The benefits of cloud computing for public sector organisations run right across the public sector, including education.  But as executives explore the opportunities, they often become concerned about data security and the privacy risks associated with online services – and justifiably so. We’re...
  • Blog Post: Research in Practice seminars: Learning and Thriving in a hyper-connected world

    The Principals Australia Institute and the Microsoft Australia Education team are collaborating on a series of breakfast briefings around Australia from mid-March to early April, as part of PAI’s established Research in Practice series. The series puts principals and educators in touch with the latest...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 - Ignite Technical Training in Sydney–April 2014

    Office 365 Education is based on exactly the same platform as the full-blown enterprise-grade Office 365 system used by companies globally. One of the benefits of this is that you get the same Service Level Agreements for the cloud service that one of Australia’s ASX50 companies would get. And another...
  • Blog Post: It’s in the new Australian Curriculum, but do you need help with 21st Century Learning Design

    Our partnership with Expanding Learning Horizons means that we work together on a range of activities supporting the enhancement of teaching and learning with technology. Some of these (like the Windows in the Classroom program) are free for schools to participate in, whilst other activities are run...
  • Blog Post: NSW Schools Roadshow 2013

    This time next week my colleagues from the NSW Microsoft education team will be running the first of 9 roadshows for schools. They are going to be on the road until the end of the month, visiting Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Tamworth, Wollongong, Sydney, Campbelltown, North Ryde, Wagga Wagga and Dubbo...
  • Blog Post: The next wave of One to One Learning- Professional Development webcast series

    Our worldwide Partners in Learning team run a series of Education webcasts focused on providing deep insights into teaching and learning. They are run from the Microsoft global headquarters in Seattle, and feature presenters from around the world. Fortunately for us in Australia, they are scheduled to...
  • Blog Post: Have you signed up for the Brisbane Education Partner Summit this Friday?

    Our last Education Partner Summit is in Brisbane this Friday, 1st November, and there are still places available for partners to attend. We’re meeting with Microsoft Education Partners including the Microsoft Authorised Education Resellers, to provide an in-depth training programme to help our...
  • Blog Post: Find out what's new for education customers in Dynamics CRM 2013

    There are now many education customers in Australia using the Dynamics CRM system for a whole range of different scenarios - student recruitment, alumni management, donation management, student retention, case management, event management, even OH&S processes. So the launch events for Dynamics CRM...
  • Blog Post: Perth Microsoft Education Partner Summit–22nd October

    I’m travelling around the country at the moment, along with some of the others in the education team, meeting with the Microsoft Education Partners including the Microsoft Authorised Education Resellers, to provide an in-depth training programme to help our partners develop their education IT business...
  • Blog Post: Understanding the Learning Strategies of the 21st Century Learner - Virtual Professional Development webcast series

    Our worldwide Partners in Learning team run a series of Education webcasts focused on providing deep insights into teaching and learning. They are run from the Microsoft global headquarters in Seattle, and feature presenters from around the world. Fortunately for us in Australia, they are scheduled to...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Education Partner Summits in Australia – register now

    Next month we’re loading the Microsoft Education team, and a big pile of equipment, into an appropriate vehicle* and setting off on a road trip – heading out to five capital cities across the country to meet up with our Microsoft education partners and resellers. And here’s your invitation to book yourself...
  • Blog Post: Webinar: Developing students’ 21st Century skills

    Expanding Learning Horizons , one of our national education partners, is running a webinar next Thursday on “How to develop students’ 21st Century skills”. Fortunately, the first thing on the agenda is to define what those skills are in an Australian context ( I mention this because...
  • Blog Post: What’s at WPC for Education Partners?

    This weekend hundreds of attendees from around Australia will be flying to Houston to join nearly tens of thousands of Microsoft Partners from around the world at Microsoft’s annual Worldwide Partner Conference . If you are going representing an Australian partner that’s interested in the education marketplace...
  • Blog Post: One week to deadline for Australian Microsoft Education Partner of the Year entries

    You’ve got until the end of the week to enter for the Australia Microsoft Education Partner of the Year award. And I know that every year a bunch of you sit down with your keyboards and screens, and craft a carefully worded entry to give it your best shot – something I see because every year I read every...
  • Blog Post: Register now for the 2013 Microsoft Australia Partner Conference

    Registrations are open for the Microsoft Australia Partner Conference 2013 (APC 2013). And the early bird discounted ticket offer closes this Friday (17 May) – which saves you $172 off the normal fee. Even better news, Australian Gold Competency Partners get two free tickets – so quick, grab them before...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Australia Partner Awards 2013–winning Education Partner of the Year

    It’s that time again – your opportunity to gain fame and fortune for your business and for the great projects you have done in the Australian education market this year. Yep, we’ve opened entries for the 2013 Microsoft Australia Partner Awards , and yet again there’s an entry category for ‘ Australian...
  • Blog Post: How education partners can make the most of the 2013 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference

    The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2013 , is in Houston from 7-11 July. It's a global event that gets over 16,000 attendees from 160+ countries, and there'll be a large contingent as usual travelling from Australia. ( Registration info for WPC is here ) If you're a Microsoft partner who works...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft seminars for schools in Sydney on Thursday 9 May

    After the Brisbane and Melbourne events, at the end of next week, we're running a pair of seminars in Sydney for schools too on Thursday 9 May. It gives you a chance to look at Windows 8 and Office 365 Education, as well as chat with Microsoft staff and colleagues from other schools. And there's specific...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft seminars for schools in Melbourne on Monday 6th May

    At the beginning of next week, we're running a pair of seminars in Melbourne for schools, to give you a chance to look at Windows 8 and Office 365 Education, as well as chat with Microsoft staff and colleagues from other schools. And there's specific sessions for school leaders, IT managers, and classroom...
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