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A common priority for academic institutions is planning around mobile learning, remote learning, embracing remote workers & mobile workers. How do they provide the same consistency, experience, use of applications and security for each user if they are using a mixed brand of devices?
Recently we launched a revamped version of the Microsoft Educator Network, now known as the Microsoft Educator Community - or MEC. Teachers from all over the world have been joining this community, and working through a number of the online courses, earning badges and accolades in the process.
StorSimple can reduce storage costs by 40-60% while helping to manage data growth and increase business agility.
With the recent announcement that Microsoft’s first UK based datacentres are set to come online in 2016, many schools, colleges and universities who previously had location related reservations preventing them moving to the cloud are now looking to make the transition.
With Mix you can record video or audio over your slides, annotating them as you speak, insert quizzes or polls, online videos and so much more.
Thousands of educators, guest speakers and students travelled the world December 3 and 4 to celebrate learning without borders, holding calls all over the world. By calculating the 'virtual miles', the connections made during the Skype-athon, over 3 million miles were covered by Skype.
Eastlea Community Primary School students were welcomed to No.10 Downing Street this Tuesday to complete the Minecraft Hour Of Code tutorial alongside Prime Minister David Cameron and Education Secretary Nicky Morgan MP.
One of the best ways to cement your understanding of something is to explain it or teach it to someone else. This applies to people of all ages, even students. One great example of this practice in action can be found with one of our very own members of the #MIEExpert community.
The following is a post written by Gerald Haigh that originally featured in the November edition of #TheFeed, that takes a closer look at inking in the classroom, and how student performance is affected by the different ways they can use technology to take notes.