Learn about some of the exciting new features of Office 365 Education for the upcoming school year, including Microsoft Classroom, School Data Sync, Microsoft Forms, OneNote ink and Learning Tools. And remember, Office 365 Education is free for students and teachers, writes Tony Prophet, Education Marketing corporate vice president, on The Official Microsoft Blog.
Microsoft Classroom, for example, is a “workflow wizard” for teachers, he says. “Every minute an educator spends on administrative tasks is a minute they aren’t able to spend time with their students,” Prophet writes. Microsoft Classroom is designed to be a single experience in Office 365 Education for managing all class and assignment workflows for teachers and students.
“Our mission is to empower every student on the planet to achieve more. With Microsoft Classroom, and student-focused, teacher-inspired Office 365 Education, we’re doing just that,” Prophet says.
Read Prophet’s post on The Official Microsoft Blog.
Microsoft News Center Staff