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Webinar: 5 things to raise your game to a college level

In college, there’s a pervasive message that “you’re not in high school anymore, so you better up your game.” But some college students are still doing workarounds and other annoying tasks that they don’t need to do. Need a sneak peek? Here’s a 30-second trailer made to share on social media sites. What you will learn at the webinar: Stop handing off your group paper to a “final formatter” Stop…

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What’s new: August 2014

OneNote has had a busy month with new features across Windows, Windows Phone, Android, and OneNote Online, this means you now have more options for capturing your notes, in higher fidelity, across all of your devices. SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business have been listening to your feedback by adding a simpler admin UI, a new pooled storage model, searching for sensitive content, and OneDrive for Business support on Android.…

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Win 15 computers for your school with Office Mix

You’ve told us how much you love using Office Mix to bring your lessons to life online, and we’ve been awed by the lessons and creativity of the mixes you’ve created. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce our Lessons to Life Contest, which is accepting entries through September 28th. You could win up to 15 Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices to donate to the school of your choice!

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Personalize your Office 365 experience by selecting themes

Office 365 will now support your ability to both customize and personalize your Office 365 experience by using themes. Who we are has always been important to both organizations as well as individuals. As organizations, we want to reaffirm our brand and foster positive relationships with our customers. As individuals, we want to show our personalities and preferences. Office 365 will now support your ability to both customize and personalize…

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Open sourcing Exchange Web Services (EWS) Java API

Our last release of Exchange Web Services Java API was in January 2013. Since then, we’ve received feedback about several issues with our model for supporting the Java client APIs. Based on this feedback, we decided to do the work to make EWS Java API a true open source project. These improvements enable the Exchange community of Java developers to contribute and help drive the project.

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Expanding the classroom to global proportions with Office 365

Lindsay Parenteau, senior student, University of Massachusetts, shares her experience with Office 365. It wasn’t until my senior year as a biochemistry student at UMass that I experienced the potential of cloud computing. I had signed up for an elective course called Decision Making in the Age of Cloud Computing. It’s a combination of biology and business studies where we work with students from around the world to research the efficacy of…