The MIE Minute newsletter was sent out to our Expert Educators all over the world last week, and we’re pleased to be able to share some of the items included within it to our wider education audience.
For those of you unfamiliar with the MIE Minute, it is an email publication sent out to our MIE Experts on a bimonthly basis, including various items of content and activities that they, as Microsoft Expert Educators can act upon to help not only their own students and immediate colleagues, but other teachers in their local area and, through digital channels such as social media, the broader global education community.
In each edition of the MIE Minute are three news items or teaching resources which the recipients are encouraged to share out into their networks, and we’d like to do our bit by posting them here as well.
4 Ways to Bring the World into Your Class with Skype in the Classroom
Skype in the Classroom is an online community that enables thousands of teachers to inspire the next generation of global citizens through transformative learning over Skype. Here are some ideas to spark your next lesson and give your students something to look forward to!
Sway has started rolling out to Office 365, added more languages, and more!
It’s been an exciting month for Sway and our journey with Sway Preview! At the Ignite conference, we announced that Sway would roll out to Office 365 business and education customers and add support for more languages. We’re excited to announce the start of these rollouts, as well as other changes that expand the type of content you can add and the ways you can visualize the multimedia that brings your Sways to life. Check out the details on the Office Blog!
OneNote gets ready for summer technology planning with updates for everyone
We are announcing a number of top requested features for OneNote Class Notebooks, OneNote Staff Notebooks, and OneNote across platforms coming soon to Office 365 customers. We realise that many schools and their IT administrators need a little time to prepare for major changes, like automatic installation of the OneNote Class Notebook app for Office 365 Education tenants. These updates will be available worldwide beginning in late May through mid-June – so you can count on them showing up in your summer planning for technology next school year in most of the world!
Get the full lowdown via this post on the Office Blog by the OneNote Team.