Learn more about Microsoft’s teaching & eLearning technologies at FETC in Orlando

Are you in Orlando this week attending FETC?!  If you are, we hope you can stop by and spend some time in the Microsoft booth (#137) to learn more about our innovative technology solutions for your school.

The expansion in Internet connectivity and the use of PCs and other mobile devices at home and in schools has transformed learning. Schools and campuses are increasingly both physical and virtual. The right technologies and tools are essential to support today’s challenging learning environment and provide a solid foundation for excellence. Microsoft’s Teaching and eLearning technologies can help you engage students more fully, and enhance staff and faculty communications with innovative solutions with technology you may already have – saving you time and money!

Come visit Microsoft at booth #137 and learn how you can: 

  • Deliver innovative teaching and learning tools
  • Provide anytime, anywhere communication and collaboration for students, teachers and faculty
  • Get the most out of your Education infrastructure
  • Get special discounts on solutions for your school
  • Enter to win a Kinect Xbox 360 bundle for your school!

Attend a Learning Session

Enhancing the Tech and Learning Experience for all Students
Wednesday, January 25, 12:00 to 1:00 pm in Room S320B
Come hear how you, as an educator, can help ensure that all students have the same access to technology through simple steps to customize your Microsoft Windows and Office environment. This will include using the Accessibility features of Microsoft Windows, free add-ins for Microsoft Office, and online tools in Internet Explorer. Presented By: Tony Franklin, Microsoft National Education Technologist

Free Tools for the Classroom
Thursday, January 26, 1:30 to 2:00 pm at Exhibit Hall, Booth 663
Motivate and engage your students with free, easy-to-use tools from Microsoft. Discover interactive technologies for video, pictures, music, quizzes, sharing and more! Presented By: Tony Franklin, Microsoft National Education Technologist

We look forward to meeting with you!

Comments (1)

  1. Yadi Purnomo says:

    I am happy to find this web…hopefully I get some informations about elearning teaching technology…thank you

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