Earlier this week the OneNote Team announced a new update to the OneNote Class Notebook, that allows for teachers and IT admins to automate Class Notebook creation and roster changes via APIs. Following on from that announcement, we now have some exciting news to share from the Windows Insider program all about Windows 10 in Education.
The following is an extract from a post published yesterday on the Windows Insider blog:
Insider Preview Builds & Windows 10 Education
If you’re a student or teacher running the Windows 10 Education edition – you can now go to Settings > Update & security > Advanced options and opt-in your PC to receive Insider Preview builds. By joining the Windows Insider Program and running Windows 10 Education – you can help to shape the future of Windows for education customers. You can be a part of the ongoing process of improving the features and functionality of Windows that has helped us build the best Windows yet. Windows 10 Education is available through Microsoft Volume Licensing. Individual students in schools participating in the DreamSpark program or eligible for the Windows student use benefit may also be able to download Windows 10 Education as a benefit of their school’s partnership with Microsoft.
The full blog, including further details on the newest updates included in the latest version of Windows 10 available to those taking part in the Windows Insider program, can be found here:
If you are a school, college or university using Windows 10 and would like to share your story with our wider education audience, then please feel free to get in touch with us via Twitter or Facebook, and our writing team will help you to tell your story via our blogs and educator community.