Join us for a live Q&A on Student Advantage

Since the recent announcement introducing Student Advantage almost a fortnight ago we’ve been inundated with questions. I’m super excited at the response to the news. As a result, we’d like you to join us for a live Q&A on Student Advantage at midday (GMT) on 31/10 on Twitter.

Live Q&A

We’ll be tracking your questions and conversation on all things Student Advantage on the #SAFAQ hashtag. The two accounts to follow are @ukeducloud and @microsofteduk.

We’ll kick off at 12pm, midday, GMT and we’ll be around “live” for an hour. Of course, we’ll answer any questions that come in at any point afterwards as well, just not so quickly!

To make things a bit easier we’ve already published an FAQ that might answer some of your questions, so please check it out!

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me I’m James Marshall, and I am the UK Office 365 Education technical specialist. I’ve worked with education cloud services since the days of Live@edu and I spend my days making sure people get the best experience from their Office 365 Education deployments, big or small! I can often been seen lurking as @jamesbmarshall on Twitter.    
px34myicodnfspykeifm Joining me is Tim Bush, the UK Education team’s marketing supremo. Tim’s been with the team almost as long as I have and runs the UK schools, FE and HE blogs, Twitter, SlideShare, as well as heads up all-things BETT for Microsoft. It’s safe to say that Tim is the go-to guy for all things education when it comes to Microsoft. Tim can also be found on Twitter as @tbush.
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