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Guest blogger Devin Pastoor is a University of Maryland grad student working on his PhD in pharmacology and biomathematics. Devin shares how he uses Office 365 University to manage his life and stay organized and productive with constantly demanding deadlines.
My life is a whirlwind of classes, assignments, group projects, and lab work. Like most college and university students, I'll take all the help I can get to keep organized, stay productive, and ultimately remain ahead of the learning curve.
Lucky for me, and other higher-education students striving to make sense of it all, Microsoft just released Office 365 University for college and university students. For just $79.99 for a four-year subscription (that's just $1.67 per month!), it's a fantastic deal.
As an early adopter of Office 365, I've been up and running for few months. In that short time I've gotten to know and love many of the new capabilities-all of which I won't be able to do without whether I'm at school, home or work. Here are just a few:
In addition to all the things I love about using Office 365 for school, I can't end without letting you know about all the extras that come with an Office 365 University subscription, including:
When Devin isn't busy in the classroom focusing on his PhD or working as a Clinical Research Specialist, he enjoys staying active, cooking and traveling.
To learn more about Office 365 University or to give Office 365 a try, go to Office.com.
This is a worse deal than the old pertpetual university licenses which I see you've killed. Same price, but less programs and a time limit. I paid $80 got Office 2007 ultimate with a free upgrade to 2010 for most of the programs.
Who needs skype credits? Gmail and countless other websites/apps offer free landline calling over the internet or cheaper international pricing.
Skydrive is the weakest of the cloud services and box.net regularly gives away 50gb for life for free.
I don't like this trend in renting software.
You are wrong! You don't need to buy skype credits cause if you use Bing Rewards, you can get them for free! Plus, Skydrive is better than Box because you can edit your cloud content. Outlook.com is pretty good too and its in its PREVIEW!!! Trolls these days!