Today, we’re excited to announce that additional features we covered in the November 2017 Teams for Education update are now available worldwide, offering rich new teaching and learning opportunities for educators and students who use Microsoft Teams for Education. Introducing List View In response to educator feedback, we’ve provided another way to view... Read more
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A designer, surfer, father, foodie, photographer, sketch artist, lover of technology, and just an all-around geek: Josh Murdock (@professorjosh) sees himself as many different things. However, if you ask any of his students, many of them faculty at his college and more destined to be future educators themselves, they’ll say he’s a teacher of teachers. Finding ways to... Read more
Properly introduced, devices should be saving you time in the classroom, augmenting your own teaching style, and helping improve student outcomes. Getting started is a lot easier with the right advice, so we've invited some IT experts, working at the school district level, and some educators from our Microsoft Educator Community to join the latest #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet.... Read more
Microsoft is joining with the education world’s leaders, experts and innovators as they unite at London’s ExCel venue for Bett 2018. To kick off our presence at the show, we're releasing a special episode of What's New in EDU, on January 22, where we'll share our plans for new classroom technology coming to Microsoft Education this year. Stay tuned to the Education Blog... Read more
Over the past six months we’ve written in our Today in Technology series about historical tech developments and the insights they provide for our current day. As the calendar flips to 2018, we are looking back at the top tech issues of the last year, offering our perspectives for the coming 12 months, recapping what we’ve learned, and sharing how Microsoft is... Read more
December 22, 2017 Driven: Irish Inventors Aim to Make the Roads Safe – James McNamara, Ireland To celebrate five years of Daily Edventures, we’re sharing some of our favorite posts. This Daily Edventure was originally published on March 16, 2012. They call it “Project Hermes” after the Greek god who protects travelers. They believe their technology... Read more