It was going to be a hectic week and Justin Harbin, instructional designer at Lancaster Bible College was set to be out of class during a very critical time. Harbin turned to Office Mix to conduct a full week’s worth of blended classroom lectures, while he missed class to be with his wife and newborn daughter.
While advances in technology over the last 30 years have been immense, the state of the art in email non-delivery reports (NDRs) is still just an homage to 1982—overly technical and ill-designed for the modern email user. But that’s about to change. Over the next several months, NDRs generated by Office 365 will be enhanced to make it easier to understand and quickly fix message delivery issues.
“Our educational philosophy at the Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is deeply rooted in the culture of our country and we are committed to preparing our students for a modern, global workplace.” —Read about the role Office 365 plays in transforming education at Universitas Gadjah Mada in this post by Widyawan, PhD, director for the Directorate of Systems and Information Resources.
Here at Microsoft, we constantly look for ways to empower teachers around the world using technology—both in the classroom and online. Recently our subsidiary, Microsoft Open Technologies Inc. (MS Open Tech) announced a partnership with Remote-Learner to integrate Office 365 and the Moodle learning management system (LMS).
We’ve been tremendously proud over the years to see OneNote helping teachers revolutionize learning in their classrooms. Across the country and around the world, we’ve seen many classrooms innovating with OneNote to power 21st century digital learning experiences. These types of experiences with OneNote in the classroom inspired the OneNote team, in partnership with Microsoft Research and Microsoft China, to develop the concept of the OneNote class notebook.