October, 2006

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About the UK Academic Team Blog

The Microsoft Academic team is here to support the teaching and learning of technology in UK universities. We do this in a number of ways including:

  • events for academics and students

  • competitions such as the Imagine Cup

  • delivering talks and demos at your campus

  • running pilot projects using key new technologies

If you would like to contact us to find out how we can support you then please email ukacinfo@microsoft.com.

 Academic Team

We are:

Top Left: Andy Sithers - Academic Team Lead

Top Centre: Anna Liza Lomibao - Student Marketing

Top Right: Ben Coley - Academic Developer Evangelist Intern

Centre Left: Allison McVety - Academic Information Manager

Centre Right: Ed Dunhill - Academic Developer Evangelist

Bottom Left: Kat Wilbey - Academic Marketing Programmes Manager

Bottom Centre: Mark Johnston - Marketing Lead

Bottom Right: Muhammad Walji - Marketing Intern

  • UK Academic Team Blog

    Announcing XNA Week...

    We've just sent out the following invitation... I'm pleased. Hope you will be too. We’re pleased to announce XNA week with Microsoft, Rare and the Higher Education Academy – a series of events and workshops designed to help you understand and...
  • UK Academic Team Blog

    New CTP of Microsoft Robotics Studio

    From the Microsoft Robotics Studio Blog . The Microsoft Robotics Group has released the October 2006 Community Technical Preview (CTP) of Robotics Studio. The code has been migrated to the new XNA framework and offers improved robot support (including...
  • UK Academic Team Blog

    Free .NET Framework 3.0 eLearning!

    Developing Rich Experiences with Microsoft® .NET Framework 3.0 and Visual Studio® 2005 This collection of 3 2-hour premium clinics will teach you about the new capabilities provided by the .NET Framework 3.0. These clinics are for experienced Developers...
  • UK Academic Team Blog

    Ink Analysis and Input SDK Supplement now available

    The Ink Analysis and Input Supplement for the Microsoft® Windows® XP Tablet PC Platform Software Development Kit (SDK) adds two new components to the Tablet PC development kit: Ink Analysis APIs A COM layer for the StylusInput API The Ink Analysis APIs...
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