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    Be one of the first to help create an amazing experience for Microsoft’s next generation operating system!

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    Windows 8 offers unparalleled new opportunities for application developers to build and sell apps world-wide via the Windows Store. In this event, we'll deliver developer-level, demo-driven sessions that give you an accelerated entry into what it means to design, develop and publish exciting, modern, polished, world-ready applications for next-generation devices running Windows 8.

    Were hosting a special one day event for UK Students only at

    Microsoft Customer Centre
    Cardinal Place, Victoria
    80-100 Victoria Street
    SW1E 5JL London
    United Kingdom

    Friday, June 8, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM (BST)  Register Now


    Level of knowledge required:

    1. Beginners Welcome.

    2. A familiarity with .NET development and Visual Studio would be advantageous but not required.

    Register Now to avoid disappointment

    Agenda (subject to change):

    09:30 – 10:00 - Registration Opens

    10:00 – 11:00 -  Windows 8 for Modern App Development

    11:00 – 12:00 -  Metro Design Language

    12:00 – 12:30 -  Lunch

    12:30 – 13:30 - "Metro Style" Apps - The Power of the Device

    13:30 – 14:30 - “Metro Style" Apps - The Power of the Cloud

    14:30 – 15:00 - From Idea to Store – Next Steps on the Journey

    Register Now

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    Did your School, College or University Students enter the Imagine Cup 2012

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    “Imagine a world where technology helps solve the toughest problems.”

    The Microsoft Imagine Cup is the world’s premier student technology competition. It provides an opportunity for students to use their creativity, passion, and knowledge of technology to help solve global challenges and make a difference in the world. While competing for cash and prizes, students gain real-life experiences, make new friends, and change the world.

    Now in its tenth year, the Imagine Cup has grown to be a truly global competition focused on finding solutions to real-world problems. 358,000 students representing 183 countries and regions registered for the Imagine Cup 2011 Competition. The Imagine Cup is one way Microsoft encourages the brightest young minds to join together and use technology to take on the toughest problems facing our world today, whether it is combatting diseases, improving education or creating disaster communication systems.

     

     

    UK Entries for 2012 Imagine Cup Competition

     

    Aberdeen College

    Aberystwyth University

    Alperton Community School

    Anglia Ruskin University

    Anniesland college

    Ashbourne College

    Ashington College

    Aston University

    Aylesbury College

    Banff and Buchan

    Bangor University

    Belfast Metropolitan College

    Birkbeck College, University of London

    Birmingham City University

    Birmingham Metropolitan college

    Bishopsgarth School

    Blackpool & the Fylde College

    Boston College

    Bournemouth University

    Brunel University

    Bsix Brooke House Sixth Form College

    Burton College

    Canterbury Christ Church University

    Cardiff Metropolitan University

    Cardiff University

    Cardonald College

    Carnegie College

    Castlereagh College

    Chichester College

    City College Plymouth

    City of Glasgow College

    City of Sunderland College

    City of Wolverhampton University

    City University London

    College of North West London

    Collegite High

    Coopers Company And Coborn School

    Cumbernauld College

    De Montford University (Leicester)

    Dumfries and Galloway College

    Durham University

    Edge Hill University

    Edinburgh's Telford College

    Exeter College

    Fareham College

    Fitzharrys School

    Forth Valley College

    Glamorgan University

    Glasgow Caledonian University

    Glyndwr University

    Gunnersbury Catholic School

    Haberdashers' Aske's Boys School

    Halesowen College

    Heriot Watt University

    Highdown School and Sixth Form Centre

    Holy Cross College, Bury.

    Imperial College London

    Isle of Wight College/Chichester University

    John Flamsteed Community School

    Ken Stimpson Community School

    Kilmarnock College

    King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys

    King George IV College

    Kings College London

    Kingston University

    Kirkham Grammar School

    Kirkintilloch college

    Lancaster University

    Leeds Metropolitan University

    Leeds University Business School

    Leicester College

    Liverpool Hope University

    Liverpool John Moores University

    London Metropolitan University

    London School of Commerce

    London South Bank University

    Loreto College

    Manchester Metropolitan University

    Meridian Business School

    Mill Hill Country High School

    Monkseaton High School

    Motherwell College

    Newcastle College

    Newcastle University

    Newcastle Upon Tyne University

    Nottingham Trent University

    Oriel High School

    Orkney College

    Paddington Academy

    Queen Marry University of London

    Queens University Belfast

    Ravensbourne

    Reading University

    Reid Kerr College

     

     

    Robert Gordon University

    Runshaw College

    Sheffield University

    Sir John Deane's 6th Form College

    Solihull College

    South Downs College

    South Essex College Basildon Campus

    Southport College

    St Andrews University

    St Leonard's RC Comprehensive School

    St Pauls Catholic College

    St Peter's Sixth Form College

    St Wilfrids Sixth Form

    St.Augustine High School

    Staffordshire University

    Stevenson College

    Sunderland College

    Sutton Coldfield College

    Swansea University

    Teesside University

    The Coopers' Company and Coborn School

    The Grange School

    The Sutton Academy

    The University of Birmingham

    The University of Bradford

    The University of Nottingham

    The University of Salford

    The University of Sheffield

    The University of the West of England

    The University of the West of Scotland

    Titanic Quarters Belfast BMC (Belfast Metropolitan College)

    Torquay Boys' Grammar School

    Trinity Saint David

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    Tyne Metropolitan College

    UCLAN

    UKE Learning

    University of Aberdeen

    University of Abertay Dundee

    University of Bath

    University of Bedfordshire

    University of Birmingham

    University of Bolton

    University of Bradford

    University of Brighton

    University of Bristol

    University of Cambridge

    University of Central Lancashire

    University College London, UCL

    University of Chester

    University of Derby

    University of Dundee

    University of Durham

    University of Edinburgh

    University of Essex

    University of Glamorgan

    University of Gloucestershire

    University of Greenwich

    University of Hertfordshire

    University of Huddersfield

    University of Hull

    University of Kent

    University of Kingston

    University of Leeds

    University of Leicester

    University of Lincoln

    University of Liverpool

    University of Newcastle upon Tyne

    University of Northumbria

    University of Nottingham

    University of Manchester

    University of Oxford

    University of Plymouth

    University of Reading

    University of Salford

    University of Sheffield

    University of Southampton

    University of St Andrews

    University of Strathclyde

    University of Sunderland

    University of Surrey

    University of Teesside

    University of the West of England

    University of the West of Scotland

    University of Ulster

    University of Wales

    University Of Westminster

    University of Wolverhampton

    University of West London

    West London College

    Wiltshire College

    Woldgate College

    Workington Sixth Form

    Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan, Abergele

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    Windows Phone migration of apps to Windows 8

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    If your interested in porting/migrating from Windows Phone to Windows 8 then the following blog is a excellent resource from Jared Bienz

    The first three articles have now been published

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    Windows 8 Application Excellence Labs – Make your app shine

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    Registration is now open for the UK Windows 8 App Excellence Lab for May.

    What is it?

    The Windows 8 App Excellence Labs is the only channel for UK developers to gain earlier access to the Windows Store. And of course, gain valuable feedback and advice around enhancing their great Metro user experience and much more.

    The lab is a 4-hour engagement with a trained Microsoft Services Engineer who will run their app through a series of tests based on a quality checklist to ensure their app is (or will be) in top-notch shape when they submit.

    The App Excellence Labs will be held in the Microsoft Technology Centre at Microsoft HQ at Thames Valley Park, Reading

    What do you need to do to take advantage of the App Excellence Labs?

    1. Apply to join our UK Windows 8 for Application Developer LinkedIn Group.

    2. We will reply asking you for some details of what it is you are building and then admit you into the group.

    3. You build a great app following the guidance that we have online and which meets the Store certification requirements.

    4. We will use the LinkedIn Group to invite you to an Application Excellence Lab at Microsoft in Reading where you’ll work with an engineer to ensure certification requirements are being met and that the app is providing a great experience to the user.

    5. You leave the lab with a registration code that lets you begin the app submission process at the Windows Store.

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    Visual Studio Achievements, bringing gamification to the IDE - Now with Azure Support

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    clip_image001Last January, we released Visual Studio Achievements, bringing gamification to the IDE.  The reaction from the developer community was very positive and we’ve had 85,000+ downloads to date. 

    Today, we’re excited to announce an update to extension, adding 15 new achievements, all focused on Windows Azure development. You can read more about this on the official MSFT blog, the Windows Azure blog and, of course, on Channel9.

     

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    Bring Some Game To Your Code!

    A software engineer's glory so often goes unnoticed. Attention seems to come either when there are bugs or when the final project ships. But rarely is a developer appreciated for all the nuances and subtleties of a piece of code--and all the heroics it took to write it. With Visual Studio Achievements Beta, your talents are recognized as you perform various coding feats, unlock achievements and earn badges.

    Learn More About Visual Studio

    Visual Studio is a powerful tool with tons of features, many of which you may not know about. Earning some of the badges may result in learning about features you didn’t even know existed!

    Download It

    Download it today from the Visual Studio Gallery

    How It Works

    With the Visual Studio Achievements Extension, achievements are unlocked based on your activity. Your code is analyzed on a background thread each time you compile. In addition, the extension listens for certain events and actions that you may perform in Visual Studio, reporting progress on these events to the server.

    When you unlock an achievement, Visual Studio lets you know visually with a pop-up:

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    Figure 1 - Unlocking An Achievement

    In addition, your Channel 9 profile is updated with any achievements you earn, recalculating your position on the leaderboard:

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    Figure 2 - The Visual Studio Achievements Leaderboard

    Some examples of individual achievements include Regional Manager (have more than 10 regions in a single class), Close To The Metal (use 5 preprocessor directives), Stubby (generate method stubs 10 times) or Interrupting Cow (have 10 breakpoints in a file). All in all, there are 32 achievements awaiting to be unlocked, all of which are listed here. Here's what the 6 different badges look like:

    The Six Categories of Achievements

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    Customizing Visual Studio

    Don't Try This At Home

    Good Housekeeping

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    Just For Fun

    Power Coder

    Unleashing Visual Studio

    Share Your Flair

    Each time you earn a badge, a unique page is created with your profile picture, the badge and a description. You can tweet about achievements you earn and/or share them on Facebook:

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    Figure 3 - Share A Page

    Or, you can show a list of achievements on your blog using the Visual Studio Achievements Widget which is as simple as adding one line of script to your page. After all, those badges look so shiny and nice! Here's an example of the widget on a blog:

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    Figure 4 - The Visual Studio Achievements Widget On A Blog

     

    Feedback

    We're just getting started with Visual Studio Achievements and are hoping to release more in the future. If you have ideas for additional achievements, we'd love to hear about them. Please use the Q&A section of the achievements extension to make suggestions for future achievements. And if you have suggestions, concerns, issues or problems, again, use the Q&A section of the achievements gallery page. Give a read to the FAQ as well as your question may already be answered.

    Download it today from the Visual Studio Gallery

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    Imagine Cup 2012 UK Results

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    On Wednesday 25h April at 16:00 BST, the UK hosted its local Imagine Cup finals webcast at the Microsoft Campus in Reading. The 6 finalists from the Software Design competition who were chosen from a round of preliminary judging were whittled down to the two top teams on 19th April through 5 hours of judging in a sealed room at our Microsoft offices in London Victoria. Through much deliberation over the next few days, we chose one team to represent the UK at the Imagine Cup worldwide finals in Sydney, Australia!

    Imagine Cup Software Design in the UK this year: A few stats

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    · We had 991 registrations for the Imagine Cup UK this year

    · 374 of them signed up to the Software Design competition

    · 49 teams were formed for the Software Design competition

    · 26 teams submitted a Round 1 entry

    · 6 teams were selected for the UK final

    · 1 team won and will go to the worldwide finals in Sydney to represent the UK

    The Judges

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    The Teams

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    Bazinga! From Motherwell College – were inspired to use smartphone technology to inspire students all about Science! “Professor Duffy’s Interactive Labs app” is a complete science Lab on the phone utilising various sensors on the phone to demonstrate the practical side of science in a fun and interactive way.

    Teesside 0x32: From Teesside University was inspired to develop Cloud Doctor – In Ethiopia for example there is 1 doctor to 50,000 patients. Cloud Doctor, as the name implies, harnesses Windows Azure and Cloud technologies combined with Windows Phone and Windows 8 tablets to deliver an on-demand, flexible and intelligent collaboration system – connecting healthcare workers in the developing world with specialists and doctors all over the world who volunteer their time to help patients on the ground.

    Team EyeWorks: From Northumbria University and Newcastle College were inspired to develop MIRA (a Mobile Intelligent Retinal Analysis platform). MIRA is a cloud based platform that utilises Smartphone technology coupled with a specialist lens attachment developed at Northumbria University to identify early stage sight loss in the developing world.

    WykeWare: From the University of Hull were inspired to develop a smartphone application to assist those people with a risk of falling be it the elderly or people prone to fainting. Their submission embraced cloud technology to match emergencies and responders to identify how to prioritise how best to help.

    Sentient Systems: From the University of Reading were inspired to develop “Sentience” a cost effective software solution designed to run affordable , advanced and customizable robot systems utilising cloud based distribution, plug-in architectures, commodity frameworks and low cost hardware specifically Kinect!

    Team Loading: From The University of Manchester were inspired to develop Project Sky High. Project Sky High is a Windows Phone application combined with a netduino hardware sensor to allow aid workers in the developing world to transform a smartphone into a cost effective portable ultrasound scanner and mobile blood pressure monitor. The patient data will be recorded in the cloud in Windows Azure and accessible by a medical professional.

    The Winners

    In 3rd place and winners of a pocket digital video camcorder each were…

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    In 2nd place and winners of a Windows Phone each were…

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    In 1st place and winners of a Windows Phone each, a trip to the Microsoft Technology Center in Reading to spend a day with the experts and also the grand prize of a trip to Sydney, Australia to compete in the worldwide finals were…

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    A huge congratulation to all teams who competed and this year the decision was made much harder than ever before as the entries this year far surpassed previous years.

    All teams who submitted a Round 2 video entry will be receiving feedback and teams who have won prizes will be hearing from the Academic Team very soon! Congratulations to Team EyeWorks and we will be seeing you in Sydney!

    Watch the Video of the Imagine Cup 2012 UK Live Web Cast relieving the Winners of the UK Imagine Cup entries

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    Imagine Cup 2012 UK Winners

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    On Wednesday 25h April, the UK will be hosting its local Imagine Cup finals at Microsoft Campus in Reading. UK. Finalists form the Software Design Imagine Cup competition, will have their entries judged by to a panel of industry leading judges.  Winners not only travel to the worldwide final in July, but received a Windows Phone 7 device and a selection of goodies to help them on their way!

    The Judges

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    The Prizes

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    First Place Team:

    Each team member wins a Windows Phone, a trip to the Microsoft Technology Center in Reading and the grand prize detailed below

    Second Place Team

    Each team member wins a Windows Phone

    Third Place Team

    Each team member wins a Pocket Digital Camcorder

    First Place Team Grand Prize:

    The team that wins First place in the UK Software Development Competition Finals, as announced on 25 April 2012, will also qualify to participate in the Worldwide Finals of the Imagine Cup 2012 which will be held in Sydney, Australia in July 2012. As detailed in the Imagine Cup Official Rules each team member of the First place team, and the Team Mentor, will receive return economy flights from the major airport nearest the finalists’ residence, hotel accommodation on a room only basis, and select meals

    The Teams

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    Team Bazinga! From Motherwell College – were inspired to use smartphone technology to inspire students all about Science ! “Professor Duffy’s Interactive Labs app” is a complete science Lab on the phone utilising various sensors on the phone to demonstrate the practical side of science in a fun and interactive way.

    Team 0x32: From Teesside University were inspired to develop Cloud Doctor – In Ethiopia for example there is 1 doctor to 50,000. Cloud Doctor as the name implies, harnesses Windows Azure and Cloud technologies combined with Windows Phone and Windows 8 tablets to deliver an on-demand , flexible and intelligent collaboration system – connecting healthcare workers in the 3rd world with specialists and doctors all over the world who volunteer their time to help patients on the ground..

    Team EyeWorks: From Northumbria University and Newcastle College were inspired to develop  - MIRA.  A Mobile Intelligent Retinal Analysis platform. MIRA is a cloud based platform that utilises Smartphone technology coupled with a specialist lens attachment developed at Northumbria University to identify early stage sight loss in the 3rd world.

    Team WykeWare: From the University of Hull were inspired to develop a smartphone application to assist those people with a risk of falling be it the elderly or people prone to fainting. Their submission embraced cloud technology to match emergencies  and responders to identify how to prioritise how best to help.

    Team Sentient Systems:  From the University of Reading were inspired to develop “Sentience” a cost effective software solution designed to run affordable , advanced and customizable robot systems utilising cloud based distribution, plug-in architectures, commodity frameworks and low cost hardware specifically Kinect !

    Team Loading: From The University of Manchester were inspirited to develop project Sky High>. Project Sky High is a windows phone application combined with  a netduino hardware sensor to allow aid workers in the 3rd world to transform a smarphone into a cost effective portable ultrasound scanner and mobile blood monitor. The patient data will be recorded in the cloud in Windows Azure and accessible by a medical professional

    Best of luck to the UK Finalist.. watch this space for winner announcement

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    Power of the Cloud for Research

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    Microsoft BizSpark, Techila Technologies have published a selection of new video explaining how cloud computing might be able to boost researchers success and innovation.  As changes and enhancements in cloud computing progress at such a rapid rate its important as researchers and academics you understand where businesses and the markets are going and adapt your research and teaching to take advantage of the opportunities. As we are all aware the UK education system is presented with a number of financial and resource constraints, so  its important for us all to identify and deploy the best possible tools.

    The Power of the Azure Cloud with Techila and Microsoft Azure

    This tutorial shows how to set up Techila Server on Windows Azure cloud platform. The Techila Deployment Tool for Windows Azure enables deployment of a Techila HPC environment for distributed computing in minutes.


    Related documents available at www.techilatechnologies.com.

    Examples of Azure Power

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    MATLAB

    Increase the performance of your MATLAB applications with Techila middleware, in the following example see the impact of 200 CPU cores of Windows Azure cloud platform power. This video demonstrates distributing heavy stochastic structures with Cloudfor method.

    As your all aware Modelling, simulation, optimisation and data-analysis applications often spend a great part of their running times in for loop structures.

    Techila is the missing link between applications and the capacity of the clouds. If you use Monte Carlo methods, stochastic simulation based optimization, or data analysis, the opportunity of using Techila and Azure will be easily rewarded in time and resource savings.


     

    Fast 3D animation rendering with Blender in the cloud ( www.blender.org ). 

    In this demo we show how to use Techila middleware to connect a renderer to the capacity of Windows Azure compute instances. We will scale the performance of rendering and animating a render project with Techila and cloud capacity. This will allow you to use cloud as your on-demand renderfarm.
    Techila middleware enables powering new and existing application with the infinite capacity of cloud.

    Techila provides automatic distribution of workloads with an unparalleled experience and shielding from complexity.

    Windows Azure

    The Windows Azure Educator Grants are now broadly available. Educators from around the world can apply for the grant through the Azure in Education page on the Windows Azure web site and benefit from free access, with no Credit Card required, to the Windows Azure platform for a 150-day period for yourselves, your teaching assistants, and your students

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    DreamSpark – Automating distribution of software to your labs and students via ELMS

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    There are two options to distribute products to your students.

    The first, and most commonly used, leverage the e-Academy License Management System (ELMS) Webstore that comes with your subscription. ELMS is a Web-based software distribution system that program administrators can tailor to their department’s needs. ELMS is provided as a free benefit to DreamSpark member departments worldwide, so no additional fees apply in order to use it. Essentially, ELMS enables administrators to create a customized Web-based software and key distribution mechanism for their department, deploy it to their students, and enjoy the benefit of the maintenance-free record-keeping inherent to the ELMS system.


    Note: There is a brief deployment process, but the seamless record-keeping, broad distribution, and easy maintenance are significant! We highly recommend that all administrators consider the use of ELMS, which can be deployed in one of two ways:

    1. Campus-hosted downloads. This method of deployment allows administrators to create an account for their department on the ELMS Application Server, upload identities of all students in their department, and create a locally hosted (on-campus) download server that eligible students can use to get their software.
    2. Direct Student Download. This method of deployment allows administrators to create an account for their department on the ELMS Application Server, upload identities of all students in their department, and give eligible students access to a preconfigured download server.

    The second option is to use MSDN Subscriber Downloads to access any product keys that students may need to activate their products. While administrators cannot grant direct access to the MSDN Subscriber Downloads to students, they can download the software package and request keys from this site and give them to students.

    So what is ELMS

    ELMS is a Web-based software distribution and management application hosted by e-academy. As a turnkey system, ELMS enables you to authenticate eligible students and faculty online and automate the ordering and distribution of DreamSpark software to students and faculty.

    ELMS is available to all program administrators worldwide, and is currently available in six languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese and Portuguese-Brazilian. ELMS is available to your end-users in the following eight languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Turkish and Russian. When you request your ELMS, please be sure to indicate your language preference.

    To get your private URL to your ELMS, please fill out this request form. The support team will be able to give you instructions on how to setup and configure your ELMS system.

    ELMS Training Resources

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    How do Microsoft certifications relate to academic or vocational qualifications

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    This is a question, I seem to be asked a lot at present….

    How do Microsoft certifications relate to academic or vocational qualifications?

    If your an existing Microsoft IT Academy members, we have lots of information on certification mapping available in the IT Academy members-only site that gives an overview. However it is also possible by accessing the QCF Database. This database holds information relating to qualifications and units that are approved by Ofqual. Generally this means that they are available for delivery as components of academic or vocational programs of learning. Microsoft certifications relate to Units on the QCF.

    Here are a few pointers:

    · Microsoft certifications are “Units on the QCF”

    · Most Microsoft certifications are on the QCF

    · It is easy to search on the QCF to find which Microsoft certifications are listed

    · The information can be exported in a spread sheet

    · The QCF list the Units and any Qualifications that contain them

    · IT certifications are listed under 6.1 for IT professional and 6.2 for User

    · IT Professional Units are technical e.g. Windows 7 or Server 2008

    · IT User Units are applications like Word or PowerPoint

    · Units have a credit value and a level

    · Microsoft Units are contained in the ITQ, BETEC and many vocational qualifications. More recently, the Microsoft Technology Associate has been included or aligned in Apprenticeships and Computer Science GCSEs

    The following information shows how to check the detail of Microsoft Units and their possible inclusion in Qualifications:

    Go to http://register.ofqual.gov.uk/Unit

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    6.1 and 6.2 cover ICT. Search on both. 6.1 lists IT Professional Qualifications (Practitioner)and 6.2 Lists IT User qualifications. You will be able to view or export to a spread sheet. The data includes Level and Credit values. Obviously it is possible to search for Microsoft in the exported data.

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    Double click on the Unit Reference number and it will display the Learning Outcomes

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    Use the link half way down the page, “View Unit’s Qualifications” and it will list all the qualifications that contain the Unit.

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    Select the Unit and this now gives more information on the qualification

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    And if you continue to scroll down the Ofqual Qualification page there is an additional link right at the bottom to the Performance Figures

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    Microsoft certifications can attract Performance Points as Units within a Qualification

    An alternative way is to search for Microsoft at the initial stage by entering “Microsoft” in the title box. The list can then be accessed in the same way as above.

    The following document “Curriculum mapping to Standards” gives an overview of mapping.

    ITSkillsman are a Microsoft Academic Service Partner (MASP) and are able to provide independent advice on the inclusion of Microsoft certifications in programmes of learning.

    For more information please contact Mike Evans on 01460 281114 or 07831 600375

    e-mail mike.evans@itskillsman.co.uk or visit www.itskillsman.co.uk or www.itcertsolutions.co.uk

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