Office 365 Education A2 is free for students, faculty and staff and the Office 365 “Garage Series” kicks off 2014 with a show on the tools and experiences that make it possible for them to use Office 365 together, on any device they use.
The video above also shows how teachers can use Office 365 to enhance classroom experiences and explore automated IT processes for enrollment, course site creation and calendaring.
Hosts Jeremy Chapman and Jim Lucey bring in recent university grads Marissa Salazar and Yahya Hague, who clue us in about how college has changed a lot in the last decade or so. They tell us how they’re hardly in the library, they work with tons of different devices and platforms and how they want to continue their studies via distance learning (and Lync helps make that happen!).
These recent grads show how free Office 365 services could be used in the classroom.
Check out the video above and read more about these services on the Office 365 technology blog.
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