Upcoming Events and News from @MicrosoftEduUK



Microsoft UK are dedicated to ensuring educators are up to date with the latest and greatest in Microsoft technologies and solutions for Education. Here are some of the latest news and upcoming events happening this month!


Celebrate and help cultivate world literacy with new #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet on February 20th

With Literacy Month firmly in mind, we are inviting educators to join us online for a new #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet to celebrate and cultivate the literacy skills of students, locally and globally. Whether it’s connecting students to real authors through Skype in the Classroom, or using technologies like Microsoft Learning Tools to improve their reading skills, there’s more than one way to support student literacy development in your community.

Anyone can join in and connect with the passionate educators (and avid readers!) in this TweetMeet, who will share their thoughts on reaching more readers and using the right tools to bring literature to life. (Ok, but what’s a TweetMeet?)

Our #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet is on Tuesday, February 20 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. PST. Check event times for your location.

Read more in the blog here. 


Microsoft UK Roadshow is back! 

This week is the first of our 2018 #MicrosoftEdu Roadshows at Edinburgh College on Wednesday 21st February!

Look out for more updates about Roadshow events series on Twitter online by following the hashtag #MicrosoftEdu or @microsofteduk. Also visit the Microsoft Educator Community UK Roadshow page to find out about the events near you and sign up.

Our aim is to reach every corner of the UK, so if you are able to host a Roadshow in your locality then please contact us on the e-mail: Eduroadshow@microsoft.com.


Twitter feed Updates for Microsoft Edu UK
Check out what is happening in Microsoft in Education here in the UK by viewing the Microsoft Education Twitter updates below.


So that wraps up this week's What's New in Edu UK. Remember to follow @Microsofteduk for all our latest updates daily!

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