See What’s New in EDU from Microsoft in June

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June updates are now live: What’s new from Microsoft Education Products and Communities

 

We’ve received great feedback from educators and administrators on what they’re looking for to improve teaching and student learning. What we found was a need for constantly updated information, and guidance on the latest product and feature updates to keep classroom productivity high and disruptions low. To that end, we have launched the What’s New in EDU monthly video series to recap key updates across all of the Microsoft Education communities and products, including: Windows 10 devices, Office 365, Minecraft: Education Edition, Intune for Education, and more!

This month we’re excited to include a special feature on Story Remix  check out the latest from Chris Pratley and Emily Taintor in the video below. We also discuss easy note taking in the enhanced OneNote, the latest expansion of Immersive Reader, and updates to our Windows 10 devices.

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If you want to learn more about any of the updates recapped this month, check out our May Event blog post with links to everything you need. And for some perspective on what it all means for an educator, we have a behind-the-scenes story MIE Expert Dr. Michelle Zimmerman, who was there to discover and document the event in New York.

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