Your core destination for all the latest news, tips and insight from the Microsoft Education team and our wider community.
Last week another edition of the MIE Minute Newsletter went out to our Expert Educators, containing within it a wealth of content from our global network of teachers. As ever, there are some sharable items that will be of interest to the broader education community, and questions that we're opening up for anyone to answer.
Throughout the month of August Microsoft will be running a series of webinars providing IT managers within Education insight into a several key aspects of Azure, and an opportunity to hear from one of our partners with extensive experience in delivering Azure-based solutions in academic scenarios.
We are recruiting! Regular readers of this blog should be familiar with teachers and school leaders that we refer to as Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts - MIEEs - and you may have seen content tagged with #MIEExpert15.
Last week we shared a post from the Microsoft in Education blog that looks forward to some of the ways in which the latest version of our operating system will impact learners and educators of all ages, and now we’re pleased to be sharing another post that outlines some more of what’s new in Windows 10.
Focussing on the new features coming to OneNote Class Notebooks and OneNote Staff Notebooks, along with the future roadmap for the notebooks, the OneNote Class Notebooks for IT Admins webcasts will provide you with valuable information, and the opportunity to engage in an open Q&A with the OneNote engineering team on IT Admin and deployment topics.
Today marks the launch of Windows 10! At Microsoft we are constantly thinking about how we can help empower educators and inspire students to achieve more and we believe that Windows 10 is going to be a big part of that mission.
Combining the familiarity and traditional uses of a digital whiteboard with the same full Windows experience that Surface users are accustomed to, the Surface Hub with its superior inking capabilities and range of applications is broadening the horizon of what is possible - and expected - in the classroom.
There’s little doubt that the arrival of inexpensive Windows tablets (Dell, HP, Linx, Toshiba, for example) is giving schools – especially those needing to update or replace their existing computers - the freedom to think differently about their technology infrastructure.
A regular task in the life of any student or teacher is researching and working on projects, often involving switching back and forth between various different applications and resources, and having to reference data or information from a variety of places while writing a report or creating a presentation.