MS Learning Tools: Technology for the classroom

MS Learning Tools

Spend less time on paperwork and more time with your students.

Learning Tools that work for you

Now you—and your class—can take full advantage of Microsoft’s learning tools, from great products, programs, and services to lesson plans and community resources. So you can focus on what matters most: your students.

Click below to learn how these MS learning tools can make your job easier.

95% of students and 97% of educators use Microsoft Office.

Microsoft Tools for classroom management

Office 365

Flexible tools for productivity

Microsoft Office in the classroom is an important tool for helping students in the future workforce. That’s why Microsoft provides Office 365—with email, websites, online document editing, online storage, IM, and video conferencing—free software for teachers and students at education institutions.

Work virtually anywhere
Your personal settings, documents, and class files can be accessed and shared across devices.
Collaborate freely
Create shared workspaces with customizable security settings for different teams in your institution.
Keep things private
Your data belongs to you. Microsoft does not scan emails or documents for advertising purposes.
Student Advantage
Schools and universities that license Office 365 ProPlus or Office Professional Plus software for teachers and other staff and faculty can now also provide access to Office 365 ProPlus for students—at no additional cost.
OneDrive

A new way to collaborate

An integral part of Office 365 learning tools, OneDrive lets you securely store assignments, report cards and other documents in the cloud, so you can say goodbye to thumbing through piles of paper.

Simple file sharing
With OneDrive Pro, users get 25 GB of personal storage that they can access, sync, and share from practically anywhere.
Protect your work
When students and educators save files to OneDrive, they can access them even if they lose their device.
More media
With so many ways students can learn, OneDrive lets students scan files with their phones, save sound files, and much more.
Microsoft IT Academy Program

Build the workforce of tomorrow, today

Use the "ready-to-go" curriculum, lesson plans, and other learning tools to deliver fundamental technology skills critical for students to be successful in today’s technologically evolving world. Content maps to globally-recognized Microsoft Certifications, validating top-notch skills.

Digital content
Over 700 E-Learning courses and e-books ranging from Digital Literacy, the latest Microsoft Office courses, to IT Professional and Developer courses. All mapping to Microsoft certification.
Save time
MS learning tools include "Ready-to-teach" lesson plans for Microsoft Office applications, Windows 7, 8, and more.
Teacher and Staff Professional Development
Access to learning tools and resources, including 30 free Microsoft Certification exam vouchers.

It’s like they were made for teachers

From PCs to tablets to smartphones, Windows Devices are flexible, powerful, and perfect for the busy world of an educator.

Powerful, portable modern
Thin and touch-friendly portable devices are loaded with memory so you can move fast and get work done anytime.
Even more built-in apps
Windows Phones work with Office 365, OneNote, and SharePoint for more productivity from the start.
Office on the go
Use a Surface and work with your favorite Office programs, so you can start a job on your PC and finish on your tablet.
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  • Working in Harmony

    Daniela Fitzgerald designs working spaces to foster creativity and collaboration, and invested in Office 365 to support staff collaboration.