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The Garage Series: Office 365 in education–putting IT, teacher and student advantages to the test

Not everyone knows that Office 365 Education A2 is free for students, faculty and staff. This week’s show puts the free tools and experiences to the test in the classroom to enable seamless communications and collaboration between students and across iOS, Android, Mac and Windows devices. We also show how teachers can use Office 365 to enhance classroom experiences plus explore automated IT processes for enrollment, course site creation and…

OneNote

Living life with OneNote: Let’s get personal

College students use OneNote to stay organized and productive with constantly demanding deadlines–it’s easy to manage an entire college career in a single notebook. But where do personal commitments fit in? California State University and OneNote intern William Devereux shares his personal notebook to show how he uses OneNote to keep track of everything from movies and games to social events and lists of what to pack for his next…

News

Announcing Student Advantage

As part of its ongoing commitment to education, Microsoft today announced Student Advantage, a new benefit to qualifying institutions which will make it easy for students to use the latest and best version of full Office at their education institution and at home. Beginning December 1, 2013, any institutions worldwide that licenses Office for staff and faculty can provide access to Office 365 ProPlus for students at no additional cost.

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Ali Larter #TBT photo kicks off Office “back” to school sweepstakes

With the back-to-school season upon us, it’s time for parents and students to start thinking about what they need to make this year the best yet. To help celebrate this back-to-school season and put the latest technology in the hands of parents and kids, Office is putting the “back” in “back to school” by kicking off a fun (and nostalgic) sweepstakes with the help of famed actress, author and mom,…