Prepare students for their futures with meaningful use of technology
Prepare students for their futures with meaningful use of technology Educators and school leaders need powerful technology solutions to effectively manage their students learning experiences and ensure technology is integrated into the classroom in a meaningful way. Help prepared students for college and the workforce
by using technology like Office 365 free for education
that help students build skills they need to be ready for college and the workforce.
Learn outside the classroom
Allow learners and teachers to access learning materials at anytime from anywhere. Office 365 free for education
provide powerful, easy-to-use mobility so faculty, staff, and students who need access to learning materials in school, at the library, on field trips, and at home.
Leave the textbook and paper behind
Embrace a student-centric approach to delivering rich learning content that excites and inspires your students. Empower students of all learning styles and abilities to use digital ink, touch, a mouse, and typing to consume information and express their own ideas with powerful Windows devices
that let students work their way.
Make it social and collaborative
Integrate blogs, discussion boards, and real-time communications to make learning more engaging for students. Teachers and staff will be able to more effectively collaborate and communicate with staff, students, and parents. Our solutions play a pivotal role in supporting student success, achievement, and graduation rates. Microsoft technologies like Office 365 free for education
, SQL Server
give your institution the ability to be agile and build powerful, personalized, and collaborative experiences that delight your students and prepare them for their futures.
Keep it all safe, private, and secure
Explore security features in Windows and Office that can help you take on the challenge of staff and students bringing their own devices and address the modern challenges of mobile teachers and students. Find out more on: