Since the launch of Windows 8, a wide range of tablet and hybrid devices are now available, but which one is right for you? Whether you are a student, educator or a member of the senior management team, there is now a touch enabled device to suit almost every need.
For example, Seton Hall University decided to provide new students with Windows 8 tablets with Intel Core processors and notebooks using Windows 8 Enterprise. These students need devices that have great mobility, while still running a variety of desktop apps and workloads that vary greatly across the student body.… Visit the author's original post
As promised, I am going to share a Microsoft free tool called AutoCollage as my second installment in my Best Kept Secret in Education series. AutoCollage is just what it sounds like; it is a program that creates a collage for you in a matter of minutes.
While creating a collage may not sound ground-breaking for education, because AutoCollage creates the collage so easily and quickly, teachers and students are able to use a simple technology to create a product that can be utilized in various ways. … Visit the author's original post
I have been contemplating this post, and the following series, for a while now. In fact, every time I leave a conference or an Innovative Educators Workshop, I remind myself of this series idea. Well, today I will finally begin, and my goal is to share something new every week.
I know someone is immediately questioning the title, “Hey, Kelli, what’s the secret? Microsoft isn’t a secret.” While we all know the company, I find time and time again that many educators are unaware of the amazing resources that Microsoft provides to educators. … Visit the author's original post