DreamSpark was announced for university students quite some time ago so what’s new? Well, what’s new is that we have now announced that the DreamSpark programme is now to school students as well. This means that through no-cost access to design and development tools school students can become much more engaged with technology to support and advance their learning and skills. It could also help to promote further study at university in areas such as technical design and development and re-ignite a passion for technology and the possibilities presented through software.
For more information please see the official press release and don’t forget to make your university students aware of what they can already access when they visit DreamSpark. I’m pleased to see some universities are already promoting DreamSpark such as Edinburgh, Edgehill and Bucks New University,