Christiana Mall
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Christiana Mall
137 Christiana Mall
Newark, DE 19702
(302) 669-0200
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Mon - Sat: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sun: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM


This store is on the main level of Christiana Mall next to Victoria’s Secret, across from Lego.


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  • Monday, May 25, 2015
    • 2:00 PM
      Introducing Surface 3
      Join this one-hour workshop to learn how to get the most out of your new Surface 3, whether you use it for work, at home, or in the classroom. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know, from unboxing and setup to a complete overview of your device, from case to Kickstand. We’ll show you how Surface 3 offers the best of both a laptop and a tablet, and how it can fit into your lifestyle. Workshop topics also include: Main Surface 3 features and benefits How to clean up your hard drive for best performance Backing up files to the cloud with OneDrive A comparison of Surface 3 versus Surface Pro 3 No registration necessary, just show up 15 minutes prior with your Surface 3. Text EVENTS to 29502 to stay up to date on the latest Microsoft programs and events.* LEGAL: *Standard carrier message and data rates may apply. You may receive up to 10 offers and alerts per month sent from an automated system. Consent not required for purchase. Text STOP to cancel. Text HELP for help. Mobile Privacy Policy and T&Cs: www.microsoftstore.com/sms
    • 6:00 PM
      Build an App in a Hour
      What if it were possible to tell your business or personal story, and share it with the world on a variety of different devices – and in your own unique way? With the simplicity of Windows App Studio you can! With no coding experience, App Studio can help you tell your story. Building an information and promotion app allows you to connect more deeply with current customers, and find new ones. You can also choose to extend the user experience and functionality of App Studio apps with the deep coding abilities of Visual Studio. After this 60-minute workshop, you're going to be well on your way to developing and publishing apps – easily, quickly and powerfully. Through your hands-on exposure to Windows App Studio, and a brief introduction to Visual Studio, you'll gain an understanding of how people are developing amazing apps across all industries and devices!
    • 7:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, May 26, 2015
    • 12:00 AM
      Health & Fitness Workshop #1/ Live Healthier and Be More Productive with Microsoft Band
      We run from here to there taking kids to school, going to the gym, running to meetings - but we don't track our every moment; who has the time? Isn't it time to keep track of your health and wouldn't it be great if we could do it simply and seamlessly? In this energizing workshop, participants will learn all about the great features associated with Microsoft Band from setup to tips and tricks!
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSparks Camps - Smart Game Coding
      Websites and applications come from code, but where does code come from? In this camp for “Junior Designers”, you'll use the kid-friendly visual programming language Kodu to learn about how creativity, problem solving, storytelling, and programming come together to make something all your own. We’ll then introduce you to TouchDevelop, a mobile app creation platform with a touch-based editor that makes coding from your phone or tablet lots of fun.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSparks Camps - Smart Game Coding
      Websites and applications come from code, but where does code come from? In this camp for “Junior Designers”, you'll use the kid-friendly visual programming language Kodu to learn about how creativity, problem solving, storytelling, and programming come together to make something all your own. We’ll then introduce you to TouchDevelop, a mobile app creation platform with a touch-based editor that makes coding from your phone or tablet lots of fun.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, May 27, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Camps - Smart Movie Making
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Camps - Smart Movie Making
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 6:00 PM
      Health & Fitness Workshop #2/ Microsoft Health Solutions and Partnerships- New Technology, New Healt
      Life is crazy, and hectic. We are constantly on the move and the last thing we need to worry about is our health. Most people put their health on the back burner because they are too busy to deal with it. What if technology could be a part of the solution? Microsoft has a variety of solutions and partnerships that just might be right for you. In this workshop, you will learn about these simple solutions for health available from Microsoft, from the new Microsoft Band to Microsoft Health, to HealthVault and Xbox Fitness.
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, May 28, 2015
    • 4:00 PM
      Introducing Surface 3
      Join this one-hour workshop to learn how to get the most out of your new Surface 3, whether you use it for work, at home, or in the classroom. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know, from unboxing and setup to a complete overview of your device, from case to Kickstand. We’ll show you how Surface 3 offers the best of both a laptop and a tablet, and how it can fit into your lifestyle. Workshop topics also include: Main Surface 3 features and benefits How to clean up your hard drive for best performance Backing up files to the cloud with OneDrive A comparison of Surface 3 versus Surface Pro 3 No registration necessary, just show up 15 minutes prior with your Surface 3. Text EVENTS to 29502 to stay up to date on the latest Microsoft programs and events.* LEGAL: *Standard carrier message and data rates may apply. You may receive up to 10 offers and alerts per month sent from an automated system. Consent not required for purchase. Text STOP to cancel. Text HELP for help. Mobile Privacy Policy and T&Cs: www.microsoftstore.com/sms
    • 6:00 PM
      Device Workshop #1/ Five Easy Steps to Tune Up Your PC
      Is your computer not running as fast as it used to? Do you have a ton of files sitting on your hard drive? Are you worried that you might have a virus? Do you want to learn more about getting your computer running the way it should? In this 60 minute workshop, we’ll walk you through easy-to-learn maintenance techniques and storage opportunities in the cloud. At the end of the session, you’ll know all about the Performance Troubleshooter, Windows and Office Update and Disc Defragmenter. You’ll know how to remove viruses and spyware, and back-up files on your computer with OneDrive. No registration necessary, just show up 15 minutes prior with your computer!
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
  • Friday, May 29, 2015
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Camp - Storyteller Studio
      In the Storyteller Studio, campers can sharpen up skills in spinning yarns and telling tales. They’ll learn how to create an exciting story in Word with illustrations they drew and painted themselves using Fresh Paint. They’ll hunt for treasure using Bing and keep their loot (and plans for the future) in OneNote. They’ll use Excel to tell stories with numbers and create a puzzle for friends. And on the last day, they'll use PowerPoint to create adventures for fellow campers –will their choices lead to victory or disaster?
    • 6:00 PM
      Power up your Business with Surface Pro 3
      In this workshop, Microsoft shares key benefits of the Surface Pro 3 specifically for small and medium-sized business needs. Learn how this essential device delivers power, portability and productivity with the versatility to work as both a laptop and tablet. Want to know what the essential differences are between the MacBook Air and Surface Pro 3? Learn all about it. You’ll also have the opportunity to experience key Surface Pro features useful to business professionals with hands-on experience creating invoices, setting up meetings and editing a presentation. In addition, you’ll be able to discuss technological challenges and potential solutions with other business owners.
    • 7:00 PM
      Outlook 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces Microsoft Outlook 2013, a one-stop information management system that organizes your emails, calendars, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists, all in one place. The workshop covers each view, and highlights new features and is appropriate for new users or users upgrading from any previous version.
  • Sunday, May 31, 2015
    • 12:00 PM
      Health & Fitness Workshop #1/ Live Healthier and Be More Productive with Microsoft Band
      We run from here to there taking kids to school, going to the gym, running to meetings - but we don't track our every moment; who has the time? Isn't it time to keep track of your health and wouldn't it be great if we could do it simply and seamlessly? In this energizing workshop, participants will learn all about the great features associated with Microsoft Band from setup to tips and tricks!
    • 2:00 PM
      Device Workshop #1/ Five Easy Steps to Tune Up Your PC
    • 4:00 PM
      Online Safety Workshops: Best Practices for Keeping Your Family Safer Online
      In this workshop, participants will learn the basics to keep themselves and their families safe online. Participants will also learn how to set parental controls for Windows 8.1, Bing and Xbox and get some great tips on how to talk to kids about online safety and detect signs of cyber-bullying.
  • Monday, June 1, 2015
    • 2:00 PM
      Introducing Surface 3
      Join this one-hour workshop to learn how to get the most out of your new Surface 3, whether you use it for work, at home, or in the classroom. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know, from unboxing and setup to a complete overview of your device, from case to Kickstand. We’ll show you how Surface 3 offers the best of both a laptop and a tablet, and how it can fit into your lifestyle. Workshop topics also include: Main Surface 3 features and benefits How to clean up your hard drive for best performance Backing up files to the cloud with OneDrive A comparison of Surface 3 versus Surface Pro 3 No registration necessary, just show up 15 minutes prior with your Surface 3. Text EVENTS to 29502 to stay up to date on the latest Microsoft programs and events.* LEGAL: *Standard carrier message and data rates may apply. You may receive up to 10 offers and alerts per month sent from an automated system. Consent not required for purchase. Text STOP to cancel. Text HELP for help. Mobile Privacy Policy and T&Cs: www.microsoftstore.com/sms
    • 7:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, June 2, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSparks Camps - Smart Game Coding
      Websites and applications come from code, but where does code come from? In this camp for “Junior Designers”, you'll use the kid-friendly visual programming language Kodu to learn about how creativity, problem solving, storytelling, and programming come together to make something all your own. We’ll then introduce you to TouchDevelop, a mobile app creation platform with a touch-based editor that makes coding from your phone or tablet lots of fun.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSparks Camps - Smart Game Coding
      Websites and applications come from code, but where does code come from? In this camp for “Junior Designers”, you'll use the kid-friendly visual programming language Kodu to learn about how creativity, problem solving, storytelling, and programming come together to make something all your own. We’ll then introduce you to TouchDevelop, a mobile app creation platform with a touch-based editor that makes coding from your phone or tablet lots of fun.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, June 3, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Camps - Smart Movie Making
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Camps - Smart Movie Making
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, June 4, 2015
    • 4:00 PM
      Introducing Surface 3
      Join this one-hour workshop to learn how to get the most out of your new Surface 3, whether you use it for work, at home, or in the classroom. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know, from unboxing and setup to a complete overview of your device, from case to Kickstand. We’ll show you how Surface 3 offers the best of both a laptop and a tablet, and how it can fit into your lifestyle. Workshop topics also include: Main Surface 3 features and benefits How to clean up your hard drive for best performance Backing up files to the cloud with OneDrive A comparison of Surface 3 versus Surface Pro 3 No registration necessary, just show up 15 minutes prior with your Surface 3. Text EVENTS to 29502 to stay up to date on the latest Microsoft programs and events.* LEGAL: *Standard carrier message and data rates may apply. You may receive up to 10 offers and alerts per month sent from an automated system. Consent not required for purchase. Text STOP to cancel. Text HELP for help. Mobile Privacy Policy and T&Cs: www.microsoftstore.com/sms
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
  • Friday, June 5, 2015
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Camp - Storyteller Studio
      In the Storyteller Studio, campers can sharpen up skills in spinning yarns and telling tales. They’ll learn how to create an exciting story in Word with illustrations they drew and painted themselves using Fresh Paint. They’ll hunt for treasure using Bing and keep their loot (and plans for the future) in OneNote. They’ll use Excel to tell stories with numbers and create a puzzle for friends. And on the last day, they'll use PowerPoint to create adventures for fellow campers –will their choices lead to victory or disaster?
    • 7:00 PM
      Outlook 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces Microsoft Outlook 2013, a one-stop information management system that organizes your emails, calendars, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists, all in one place. The workshop covers each view, and highlights new features and is appropriate for new users or users upgrading from any previous version.
  • Sunday, June 7, 2015
    • 12:00 PM
      Health & Fitness Workshop #1/ Live Healthier and Be More Productive with Microsoft Band
      We run from here to there taking kids to school, going to the gym, running to meetings - but we don't track our every moment; who has the time? Isn't it time to keep track of your health and wouldn't it be great if we could do it simply and seamlessly? In this energizing workshop, participants will learn all about the great features associated with Microsoft Band from setup to tips and tricks!
    • 2:00 PM
      Device Workshop #1/ Five Easy Steps to Tune Up Your PC
    • 4:00 PM
      Online Safety Workshops: Best Practices for Keeping Your Family Safer Online
      In this workshop, participants will learn the basics to keep themselves and their families safe online. Participants will also learn how to set parental controls for Windows 8.1, Bing and Xbox and get some great tips on how to talk to kids about online safety and detect signs of cyber-bullying.
  • Monday, June 8, 2015
    • 2:00 PM
      Introducing Surface 3
      Join this one-hour workshop to learn how to get the most out of your new Surface 3, whether you use it for work, at home, or in the classroom. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know, from unboxing and setup to a complete overview of your device, from case to Kickstand. We’ll show you how Surface 3 offers the best of both a laptop and a tablet, and how it can fit into your lifestyle. Workshop topics also include: Main Surface 3 features and benefits How to clean up your hard drive for best performance Backing up files to the cloud with OneDrive A comparison of Surface 3 versus Surface Pro 3 No registration necessary, just show up 15 minutes prior with your Surface 3. Text EVENTS to 29502 to stay up to date on the latest Microsoft programs and events.* LEGAL: *Standard carrier message and data rates may apply. You may receive up to 10 offers and alerts per month sent from an automated system. Consent not required for purchase. Text STOP to cancel. Text HELP for help. Mobile Privacy Policy and T&Cs: www.microsoftstore.com/sms
    • 7:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, June 9, 2015
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, June 10, 2015
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, June 11, 2015
    • 4:00 PM
      Introducing Surface 3
      Join this one-hour workshop to learn how to get the most out of your new Surface 3, whether you use it for work, at home, or in the classroom. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know, from unboxing and setup to a complete overview of your device, from case to Kickstand. We’ll show you how Surface 3 offers the best of both a laptop and a tablet, and how it can fit into your lifestyle. Workshop topics also include: Main Surface 3 features and benefits How to clean up your hard drive for best performance Backing up files to the cloud with OneDrive A comparison of Surface 3 versus Surface Pro 3 No registration necessary, just show up 15 minutes prior with your Surface 3. Text EVENTS to 29502 to stay up to date on the latest Microsoft programs and events.* LEGAL: *Standard carrier message and data rates may apply. You may receive up to 10 offers and alerts per month sent from an automated system. Consent not required for purchase. Text STOP to cancel. Text HELP for help. Mobile Privacy Policy and T&Cs: www.microsoftstore.com/sms
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
  • Friday, June 12, 2015
    • 7:00 PM
      Outlook 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces Microsoft Outlook 2013, a one-stop information management system that organizes your emails, calendars, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists, all in one place. The workshop covers each view, and highlights new features and is appropriate for new users or users upgrading from any previous version.
  • Sunday, June 14, 2015
    • 12:00 PM
      Health & Fitness Workshop #1/ Live Healthier and Be More Productive with Microsoft Band
      We run from here to there taking kids to school, going to the gym, running to meetings - but we don't track our every moment; who has the time? Isn't it time to keep track of your health and wouldn't it be great if we could do it simply and seamlessly? In this energizing workshop, participants will learn all about the great features associated with Microsoft Band from setup to tips and tricks!
    • 2:00 PM
      Device Workshop #1/ Five Easy Steps to Tune Up Your PC
    • 4:00 PM
      Online Safety Workshops: Best Practices for Keeping Your Family Safer Online
      In this workshop, participants will learn the basics to keep themselves and their families safe online. Participants will also learn how to set parental controls for Windows 8.1, Bing and Xbox and get some great tips on how to talk to kids about online safety and detect signs of cyber-bullying.
  • Monday, June 15, 2015
    • 12:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Digital Movie Maker
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Digital Movie Maker
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 7:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, June 16, 2015
    • 12:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Digital Movie Maker
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Digital Movie Maker
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, June 17, 2015
    • 12:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Digital Movie Maker
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Digital Movie Maker
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, June 18, 2015
    • 12:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Digital Movie Maker
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Digital Movie Maker
      Capture all the action without the lights or fancy camera. Unleash your imagination and start making real movies right from your phone or tablet. Using Windows Phone and Surface Pro, we’ll teach you how produce, direct, design and animate your own flicks, any time you want. Get ready to impress and share your masterpieces with your family and friends!
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
  • Friday, June 19, 2015
    • 12:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camp-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 12:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camp-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 7:00 PM
      Outlook 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces Microsoft Outlook 2013, a one-stop information management system that organizes your emails, calendars, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists, all in one place. The workshop covers each view, and highlights new features and is appropriate for new users or users upgrading from any previous version.
  • Sunday, June 21, 2015
    • 12:00 PM
      Health & Fitness Workshop #1/ Live Healthier and Be More Productive with Microsoft Band
      We run from here to there taking kids to school, going to the gym, running to meetings - but we don't track our every moment; who has the time? Isn't it time to keep track of your health and wouldn't it be great if we could do it simply and seamlessly? In this energizing workshop, participants will learn all about the great features associated with Microsoft Band from setup to tips and tricks!
    • 2:00 PM
      Device Workshop #1/ Five Easy Steps to Tune Up Your PC
    • 4:00 PM
      Online Safety Workshops: Best Practices for Keeping Your Family Safer Online
      In this workshop, participants will learn the basics to keep themselves and their families safe online. Participants will also learn how to set parental controls for Windows 8.1, Bing and Xbox and get some great tips on how to talk to kids about online safety and detect signs of cyber-bullying.
  • Monday, June 22, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century.   Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, June 23, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud.   In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3  Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, June 24, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless.   Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom.   Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, June 25, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
  • Friday, June 26, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camp-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camp-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching App Creation
      One of the most highly sought-after skills in the workforce today is coding. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to create an app from a template, add content, and upload an app to the Microsoft store—all critical skills you can then share with your students. We’ll also show you existing apps and additional free resources to help your students stay inspired and continue their education.   You’ll also learn how to: Create a custom splash and lock screen Generate a custom tile for your app Make additions to your app   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Outlook 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces Microsoft Outlook 2013, a one-stop information management system that organizes your emails, calendars, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists, all in one place. The workshop covers each view, and highlights new features and is appropriate for new users or users upgrading from any previous version.
  • Sunday, June 28, 2015
    • 12:00 PM
      Health & Fitness Workshop #1/ Live Healthier and Be More Productive with Microsoft Band
      We run from here to there taking kids to school, going to the gym, running to meetings - but we don't track our every moment; who has the time? Isn't it time to keep track of your health and wouldn't it be great if we could do it simply and seamlessly? In this energizing workshop, participants will learn all about the great features associated with Microsoft Band from setup to tips and tricks!
    • 2:00 PM
      Device Workshop #1/ Five Easy Steps to Tune Up Your PC
    • 4:00 PM
      Online Safety Workshops: Best Practices for Keeping Your Family Safer Online
      In this workshop, participants will learn the basics to keep themselves and their families safe online. Participants will also learn how to set parental controls for Windows 8.1, Bing and Xbox and get some great tips on how to talk to kids about online safety and detect signs of cyber-bullying.
  • Monday, June 29, 2015
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century. Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, June 30, 2015
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud. In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject. By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3 Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, July 1, 2015
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless. Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom. Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, July 2, 2015
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants. By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
  • Friday, July 3, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching App Creation
      One of the most highly sought-after skills in the workforce today is coding. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to create an app from a template, add content, and upload an app to the Microsoft store—all critical skills you can then share with your students. We’ll also show you existing apps and additional free resources to help your students stay inspired and continue their education. You’ll also learn how to: Create a custom splash and lock screen Generate a custom tile for your app Make additions to your app All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Outlook 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces Microsoft Outlook 2013, a one-stop information management system that organizes your emails, calendars, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists, all in one place. The workshop covers each view, and highlights new features and is appropriate for new users or users upgrading from any previous version.
  • Monday, July 6, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless. Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom. Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless. Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom. Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century. Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, July 7, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud. In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject. By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3 Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, July 8, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless. Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom. Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, July 9, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants. By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
  • Friday, July 10, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps-DigiGirlz
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    • 7:00 PM
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  • Monday, July 13, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
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      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century. Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
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      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, July 14, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud. In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject. By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3 Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, July 15, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless. Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom. Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, July 16, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 11 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants. By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
  • Friday, July 17, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps-DigiGirlz
      Want to play a game app that you created? Go behind the screens to build and publish fun mobile games on your phone. As a “game maker,” you'll use TouchDevelop and ProjectSpark to bring your virtual world to life and create unique digital experiences. DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives high school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching App Creation
      One of the most highly sought-after skills in the workforce today is coding. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to create an app from a template, add content, and upload an app to the Microsoft store—all critical skills you can then share with your students. We’ll also show you existing apps and additional free resources to help your students stay inspired and continue their education. You’ll also learn how to: Create a custom splash and lock screen Generate a custom tile for your app Make additions to your app All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Outlook 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces Microsoft Outlook 2013, a one-stop information management system that organizes your emails, calendars, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists, all in one place. The workshop covers each view, and highlights new features and is appropriate for new users or users upgrading from any previous version.
  • Monday, July 20, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century. Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
  • Tuesday, July 21, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud. In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject. By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3 Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, July 22, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless. Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom. Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, July 23, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more. *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 2:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 5:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants. By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 7:00 PM
      Excel 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of Excel 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Excel 2013. This workshop demonstrates how to select templates, set up spreadsheets that look great, and create reports that show the data in an easily understood format.
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