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Microsoft was at last week’s Child Internet Safety Summit – spreading a vital mantra that the Internet could be so much safer if people simply made use of the protections already available. But are parents listening or are the dangers simply evolving too fast?
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.
Another two weeks have passed, and it is once again time to take a look into the world of our Microsoft Expert Educators through the latest edition of the MIE Minute. Anyone familiar with the MIE Minute will know that each edition is packed full of great...
Steve Hodges, principal researcher at Microsoft Cambridge, fell in love with computing when he was first exposed to the BBC Micro at school in the 1980s. The computer was part of the BBC Computer Literacy Programme and was designed to encourage students to explore the potential of computer programming.
The following post originally appeared on the Atlantec Blog and was written by Emma Hicks.
With project based learning becoming an increasingly popular method of teaching in schools and college, and group assignments commonplace in Higher Education, having a flexible and accessible collaborative environment for collating, organising, creating and editing content is of huge help to students and teachers.
This guest post comes from Gerald Haigh, and is a follow up to a previous piece looking at the concept of transformation within school, with technology being used as the main vehicle for this change.