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Students and teachers of all ages will use internet browsers for research, work, and collaboration. Microsoft Edge is the all new browser debuting in Windows 10 that allows you to #DoMore when online.
Juggling a plethora of subjects, lessons, tutorials, deadlines, and of course the all-important social life, can be a headache for students and teachers. Demands are constantly being made of your time, and if you’re not careful things can fall off the radar and you might find yourself struggling to keep on top of your work.
This latest clip from the Surface team will help those who haven't yet used a Surface 3 to see some of the everyday uses and capabilities of this device within education, and for those of you who are already Surface 3 users, you might pick up a new trick or two!
Our Windows 10 launch is just around the corner, in 10 days if you’re counting. On July 29th we will make Windows 10 available, across 190 countries, as a free upgrade* or with new PCs and tablets.
The following tutorial provides an insight into how the OneNote Class Notebook Creator can be used to access a personal workspace, assignments and teacher feedback, as well as providing a safe and secure environment for collaboration and group work.
Visual Studio 2015 is a rich, integrated development environment for creating stunning applications for Windows, iOS, and Android, as well as modern web applications and cloud services. To find out more information about the Visual Studio 2015, please visit Visual Studio site or watch Visual Studio videos on Channel 9.
If applicants and faculty of the same calibre are to be continually attracted and given the educational experience that Durham is renowned for, then improving collaboration and operational efficiency to keep pace with the standards expected in today’s workplace must be a paramount objective.
We’re pleased to share the yesterday’s announcement from the Office team that Office 2016 for Mac is now available! For the full run down of what’s included, and details of how to upgrade to Office 2016 for Mac, please see the repost below of the original article from the Office blog.
With the imminent launch of Windows 10, we’d like to offer an invitation to our customers in education to attend a technical event. This is a great opportunity to ask the experts as well as learn about the new changes in Windows 10 and how they can be applied to your infrastructure; ensuring that you as an organisation and ready to upgrade when the time comes on July 29th.