Microsoft OneNote at Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School

The following is a guest post written by Gerald Haigh. Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School – the colloquial and convenient name ‘HabsBoys’ – is used here – is a very successful, high achieving, selective fee-paying day school for boys aged 4 to 19. The school regularly figures at or near the top of any list of…


7 days left to claim your FREE UPGRADE to Windows 10

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Windows 10 launched on 29th July 2015, almost a year ago to the day. Upon launch we also announced that users of qualified Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 devices could upgrade to Windows 10 in the first year following the official launch. We’re here to remind you that the deadline is approaching, and time is running…


#TheFeedUK – HundrEd Interview with Stephen Heppell

The following article features in Issue 7 of #TheFeed: #TheFeed – Issue 7 – July2016—Tim BushDocs.com HundrEd Interview Professor Stephen Heppell is Professor of New Media Environments at the Centre for Excellence in Media Practice at Bournemouth University, the Felipe Segovia Chair of Learning Innovation at Universidad Camilo José Cela, Madrid and CEO of heppell.net….


Take your OneNote Class Notebooks wherever you go with the new “Save a copy” feature

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OneNote-Save-a-copy-2

As OneNote Class Notebooks become more popular, we’re often asked how a student or teacher can take their digital books with them when leaving school. Students graduate or change schools and would like to be able to bring the portfolio of work with them. Teachers change schools or take on a new role and also want to keep their Class Notebooks. Based on talking to lots of teachers and students, we launched the new “Save a copy” feature for Class Notebooks.


Connecting with teachers and students through our new ‘Meet the Microsofties’ program

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Meet the Microsofties

In Issue #7 of our monthly e-magazine #TheFeed, we featured a post written by Eran Megiddo, corporate vice president of the Education, OneNote and Wunderlist engineering teams. This article looks at how Microsoft employees are being connected with students and teachers around the world in order to form the new ‘Meet the Microsofties’ community. #TheFeed – Issue…


#HackTheClassroom Online Live Event – Register Now!

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E2 - HTC

We’re always on the lookout for new ways to help teachers – and indeed students – innovate in the classroom. When you bring minds and ideas from all over the world together, you facilitate collaboration and catalysis on a much greater level by exposing people to new and different ways of thinking, and ultimately broaden…


Thought Leadership: Global change makers explore the future of education

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thought leadership

In Issue 7 of #TheFeedUK we featured an article by Kate Robinson, Editor in Chief of HundrEd, which explored the future of education from the perspective of those change makers throughout the world.  #TheFeed is an online magazine produced by Microsoft Education UK, in conjunction with teachers, students and academic institutions. Featuring stories, best practices and thought-leadership, #TheFeed…


#TheFeed: Simon de Senlis Primary School – A Year in Review

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SdS review 1

In the latest extract from the July 2016 issue of #TheFeed, we hand the mic over to Tom Rees – Head of Simon de Senlis Primary and a Director of the Northampton Primary Academy Trust – to talk about the Microsoft Showcase Schools programme and look back on the last two years to review the opportunities and impact that he has experienced through the programme.


New immersive and inclusive learning experiences for Windows 10

Our mission in education is to empower every student on the planet to achieve more. We’re reaching more and more students and teachers every day – providing them with immersive and inclusive learning experiences. Today, Microsoft announced the next major update to Windows and highlighted some of these new experiences for the classroom. Learn how…